San Diego may seem like a sun-drenched beach town, but the legal climate there is anything but relaxed.

“There are too many lawyers and too many law firms for the amount of work,” said Jay de Groot, the chairman of Morrison & Foerster’s San Diego corporate group. “There is going to be a major shakeout of firms over the next three years.”

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