I wrote a lot in this edition about how the profession has changed in the 40 years since The American Lawyer was founded. And it has—in ways no one article or edition of a magazine could fully capture.

The bounds of the partnership model, still the prevailing law firm structure, have been tested in ways no one expected, and they have been stretched and bent in efforts to adapt to a profession that has evolved into a business.

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