Higher education has long been a source of business for Big Law. But law firms now are responding to a surge in business from colleges facing renewed questions on immigration and affirmative action, as well as new ones from COVID-19, sports betting and athlete compensation.

Law firm leaders say they’ve seen an increase in need from universities, and several firms from the Am Law 100 on down have launched new groups over the last few years to handle it.

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