As economic uncertainty looms, demand slows and the talent market begins to cool, law firm leaders are finally getting what they’ve craved so desperately these past few years: the upper hand on their attorneys and staff.

The Driver:

The past few years have seen attorneys at all levels of Big Law command sky high pay while also demanding increased flexibility. That was, of course, in exchange for record productivity and profitability.

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