The landscape of lateral partner recruiting within the legal industry is one characterized by its complexity and uncertainty, regardless of the economic climate. The intrinsic challenges involved become amplified during periods of economic contraction, when the fight for securing top-tier talent becomes a fierce competition, with many firms vying for the same pool of candidates.

This article addresses some of the most important and multifaceted challenges of lateral partner recruiting in a down market, while also proposing practical solutions and strategies to help law firms navigate this complex landscape with increased confidence and success.

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