The leaders of two law firms have decided a merger is a strategic fit. The financials of the firms are compatible. The geographies line up and key practices are complementary. The partnerships have both been persuaded. The vote was a success. And now it’s time for the professionals to step in and combine the firms’ two systems.

The pace of large law firm mergers may have slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a slew of mid-sized firms have unveiled pending combinations for 2022. They can draw some technology and operations lessons from a set of recent tie-ups, where Holland & Knight, Dinsmore & Shohl and Thompson Coburn all absorbed smaller firms.

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