Big Law experiences peaks and troughs in demand following the business cycle. But it also undergoes a more pronounced, and less discussed, cyclicality: chunky ups and downs in the number of lawyers it employs. It’s an innate part of the business, and one with implications for what happens next in the COVID-19 recession. We’d do well to prepare ourselves.

Lessons from the recession of 2008-10

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