Don’t expect Big Law to ease up on office launches in the U.S. anytime soon. Even after the rush to Salt Lake City this fall, and a spate of openings this month from Virginia to Kansas City and the San Francisco Bay, law firm leaders say they will likely continue to grow their footprint in the states next year and beyond.

A recent survey found that 50% of law firm business professionals believe their firms will likely expand into new territory, with most of those respondents pointing to the Southeast (59%), Midwest (52%) and West (50%) as fertile territory.

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