It’s no secret that blockchain and cryptocurrency are fast-growing specializations within the financial industry—JPMorgan Chase & Co. just tested its own digital currency—and law firms are busily snatching up lawyers with expertise in the emerging fields.

Major, Lindsey & Africa managing director Brian Burlant, who recruits for law firms and in-house legal departments, said it’s been hard to keep up with demand for attorneys who understand the promise and risks associated with the technologies, as well as those with expertise in digital privacy.

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