In the 26 years since recruiter Michael Coleman left the practice of law to start his search firm, the changes to the profession haven’t just been major, but “revolutionary,” he said.

As Coleman readies to retire from Coleman Nourian and legal recruiting by the end of September, he has reflected on the genesis of those changes to the profession and what major lateral move helped jump-start a new legal era for Philadelphia.

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