Lateral partner hiring in Northern California is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels. Even as firms exhibit more caution in hiring, demand for top talent hasn’t let up. The biggest challenge, and perhaps opportunity, centers around partner pay.

“The biggest rub heading into 2023, whether there is a slowdown or not, is the compensation that partners received in the last year or two,” said Macrae legal recruiter Suzanne Kane.

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