For law firms, there may not be a market that attracts a crush of office openings this year the way Salt Lake City did in 2021. A new report suggests there were no comparable “outlier” markets last year, and broad economic uncertainty may make firms more hesitant to expand their reach.

However, law firm leaders and analysts say a winning strategy when it comes to broadening their horizons involves thinking locally—finding pockets of the country that are thriving, especially due to new domestic manufacturing.

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