Millennials now make up the largest generational group of attorneys in the U.S., and a new study finds that they are poised to bring about an unprecedented change to a traditionally static legal industry.

A new report by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, in collaboration with ALM and Law.com, found that as millennials make their way through the ranks at law firms, their demands for change in their work environment will recast how firms structure their compensation, real estate decisions, information technology and flextime policies.

See also: Young Lawyers Call For Revamping of Law Firm Offices to Meet New Industry Needs

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