After nearly two years of associate layoffs, a survey by NALP showed law firms saw a 61 percent increase in associate lateral hiring in 2010, a trend that could ultimately result in larger entry-level classes as firms look to fill a slowly growing pipeline.

The move could also mean increased competition — and therefore salaries — for the mid- to senior-level associates now in demand.

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