The job market got a bit colder this week when word broke that Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal had laid off 37 lawyers as well as dozens of staff. Those lawyers will join a job market that recruiters say is requiring more patience from laterals — especially junior associates with out-of-favor specialties.

According to California legal recruiters, firms are spending more time now filling fewer open associate positions.

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