While much has been made of the megafirms’ ability to consistently turn a profit, the viability of smaller and midsize firms seems often to be overlooked.

The Legal Intelligencer asked a number of upper-midsize and large firm leaders across Pennsylvania, as well as some legal market analysts, to name smaller firms they felt were operating on a large scale in terms of revenue, growth and clientele. Their answers ranged from small general practice firms to midsize intellectual property boutiques.

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