In the beginning, there was the Firm. Soon thereafter, the Practice Groups arrived. Immediately following, the Turf Wars began.

Broadly speaking, there used to be the Corporate Department and the Litigation Department (and those other guys like Probate, who didn’t fit anywhere and just got crammed into one or the other). Life — and even Law —was simpler then.

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