While succession planning in law firms is a constant struggle, it will be even more critical in the next few years, as law firm leaders finish their terms and as baby boomer lawyers continue to plan retirements, said several legal industry observers.

Not only are baby boomer lawyers continuing to retire, but lateral moves continue unabated in Big Law, and some leadership terms are coming to an end, observers said.

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