Atlanta’s Big Law marketplace is becoming ever more competitive—and crowded—as more and more regional and national firms move in.


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Meanwhile, traditionally dominant Atlanta firms like King & Spalding and Alston & Bird have sought more high-value national and international work, creating local opportunities.

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