Leaders of most midsize and large regional law firms in south Florida say that they do not plan to compete with the latest wave of associate salary increases that has dominoed from New York to Miami and across the country.

While some smaller boutique firms are determined to compete with the big firms on salaries, many leaders of midsize firms say they will continue to tout their quality of life and cultural strengths to attract top candidates.

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