The midsize firm has remained on some experts’ endangered species lists for years, but is extinction really imminent, or have rumors of its death been greatly exaggerated?

For this article, The Legal Intelligencer spoke to experts and firm leaders about the viability of the midsize firm in a profession that some believe will inevitably polarize into jack-of-all-trades megafirms and hyperspecialized minifirms/boutiques with nothing in-between.

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