As firms strive to differentiate themselves through marketing techniques and stave off mergers through network affiliations, they are gearing up alumni programs to net referrals and maintain positive relationships with former employees.

Over the last two to five years, large firms have dedicated a significant amount of time and money to creating programs that link current and former attorneys, marketing consultant Micah Buchdahl said.

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