The battle for lateral partners among elite firms in the Am Law 100 has been especially ”wild” lately. But Second Hundred firms, those firms with annual revenues ranging from about $100 million to $365 million, have also stepped up the competition, analysts and firm leaders say.

They’ve added pieces of practices and poached talent from rivals more frequently in 2021 in an effort to grow practice areas, increase profits and move up in the rankings.

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