You are considering leaving your law firm. A firm with a broader platform, greater depth and breadth of practice areas and a national or international reach will allow you to build your practice and your income.

The traditional career path — law student joins firm out of law school, becomes partner and retires there 40 years later — has become an anachronism. So what’s the downside to leaving?

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