Attorneys from several major Chicago law firms that cut partners during the past two years have filed into the city’s legal job market, crowding the in-boxes of legal recruiters, former colleagues and other firm managers with their resumes.

Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw; Winston & Strawn; and Jenner & Block have all reportedly asked groups of partners to leave or take nonequity positions at different times since late 2005, forcing lawyers to seek new work.

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