Beveridge & Diamond is out to grow its environmental practice across the country, and high rates at big firms are helping it do it.

In the past five years or so, environmental work has started to trickle to smaller firms, much like other practices that don’t command top dollar, such as employment or media. Often it’s because rates at these firms are up to 30 percent lower than larger firms.

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