The grim trends of plunging morale and droves of junior lawyers quitting the profession has been substantially reversed, according to Legal Week research that shows job satisfaction among U.K. associates is sharply rising.

Legal Week Intelligence‘s annual Employment Satisfaction Survey found that three years of heavy investment, a stream of quality-of-life initiatives and a little help from the credit crunch have collectively made junior lawyers distinctly happier with their lot.

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