Litigators have always been an eager bunch, but market watchers say the emerging young litigation talent is more eager—and demanding—than ever.

Whether that means being more specific with their requests for insurance coverage or remote work policies, or being more insistent about developing their hands-on skills, their own client bases, or specific practice specialties, overall, the new cohort of litigators can be pushier and pickier, observers say.

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