When it comes to quality of life at a law firm, bigger isn’t always better. And while the biggest firms in the District put a lot of effort — and a lot of compensation — into buffing the images they present at recruitment time, so do many midsize and small firms. The D.C. area legal market is big enough and vibrant enough to sustain a range of healthy law firms — firms that do well enough financially that they can offer a package of compensation, benefits, and quality of work that may even rival their larger brethren. We tried to pinpoint a few of those firms — this compilation is not meant to be exclusive — and explain how they balance good work and good work environments.

When Boies, Schiller & Flexner advertised for lawyers a couple of months ago, the response was fast and furious. The firm got hundreds of r�sum�s from attorneys eager to join one of the hottest litigation boutiques in the country.

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