Anyone who has lived through multiple economic cycles will tell you that the boom times don’t last forever. And when the music stops, there won’t be a chair for everyone.

So, while business has been soaring for the legal industry—even as the economy tanked early in the pandemic—few believe the salad days will be endless. What will happen to law firm talent and the lateral market when demand for legal services inevitably dips?

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