When it comes to lateral growth in 2022, Big Law firms are trying to hit more home runs instead of singles and doubles⁠—growing with large groups rather than individuals or pairs of lawyers at a time.

It’s not a brand new trend, but competitive pressure on groups and smaller firms has built during the pandemic, and top firms are continuing to press their advantage, resulting in more people taking more cracks at scaling up.

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