Law firms and recruiters are clear: Competition for talent at all levels is as intense as it’s ever been, with Big Law leaders saying toward the beginning of the year that they wanted to double down on lateral additions in 2021.

But with 2022 fast approaching, lawyer head count has not spiked dramatically. To the contrary, it’s remained flat, and even decreased in some segments, as the end of the third quarter nears. What’s happening?

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