The recent spate of megamergers that has transformed the top of the Australian legal market has posed a tough question for mid-tier firms: Should they link up too? So far, most are saying no. By remaining independent, these firms hope to pick up work that their bigger competitors can’t handle anymore because of merger-produced client conflicts. But mid-tiers are still finding ways to grow, either by acquiring smaller firms, or by scooping up defecting lawyers from the megafirms.
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