The American Lawyer canvassed recruiters from around the country to identify key trends in lateral hiring for 2023. Below we include views on: the hottest practices and geographic locales for hiring, practices that are slowing; which types of firms are hiring; what lawyers are in demand; what lateral partner and associate candidates want; the appetite for signing bonuses and remote work; the biggest challenges and opportunities for lateral hiring; and predictions for 2023.

Recruiters who contributed to this piece: Alisa Levin, Greene-Levin-Snyder Legal Search Group; Brian Levison, Alevistar Legal Search; Clay Costner, LHH Recruitment Solutions; Dan Binstock, Nancy Palermo and Matt Schwartz, Garrison & Sisson; Joseph E. Ankus, Ankus Consulting; David Nicol, Marden; Doug Horn and Alyssa Lerner, Palmer Kent Associates; John Cashman, Major, Lindsey & Africa; Suzanne Kane, Lauren Drake and Jon Truster, Macrae; Katherine Loanzon, Kinney Recruiting; Kay Hoppe, Credential; Natasha Innocenti and Scott Yaccarino, Empire Search Partners; Susan Mendelsohn, Mendelsohn Legal.

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