An audience of law firm chairmen, hiring partners and recruiting directors heard Jan. 24 from a City Bar panel that mentoring may be the key to keeping associates in “the great middle,” those in their fourth through sixth years at large firms who are the most vulnerable to leaving.

Lawyers with that range of experience form a critical tier in law firms, since they bill at high rates and are able to take on great responsibility.

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