Big Law is pushing into the Seattle market, thanks to a growing tech market, a robust landscape for real estate and land development, and progressive legislation that lends itself to a host of labor and employment matters.

While the city hasn’t seen quite the same explosive momentum as secondary markets such as Salt Lake City, it’s proven to be a worthwhile investment—and talent-rich market—for several recent Am Law 200 entrants.

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