Editor’s note: This is the first article in a new series about job transitions for older attorneys. Look for a new article in the series each Monday over the next several weeks.

Much of the recent legal press has been focused on the plight of new and junior attorneys in this economic downturn, but senior lawyers have been impacted as well. Senior associates, non-equity partners and even equity partners have been demoted, downsized or asked to explore other options. This series of articles will address job search strategies for the seasoned lawyer in current market conditions.

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