The key to developing a flourishing and fulfilled associate class may lie in providing young lawyers with an up-to-date technology suite and the wherewithal to use it. As has been the case in past years, there is a strong correlation between the top-ranking law firms in the technology section of our Midlevel Associates Survey and the top-ranking firms in the overall survey.

O’Melveny & Myers and Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft took the top two spots, respectively, by impressing their associates in four categories: firm-provided technology, firm-provided training, technology support and the use of technology on behalf of clients. O’Melveny finished first or second in all four, out of 102 respondents; Cadwalader placed first, second or third in all categories. On the broader survey, O’Melveny ranked second and Cadwalader fifth.

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