As Americans alternatively rejoiced and recoiled over Donald Trump’s unexpected electoral victory on Wednesday, law firm leaders began to assess how the momentous change may affect their own firms’ bottom lines.

Nearly all said that Trump’s presidency will initially mean more work for many lawyers, with practice areas such as health care, tax, and international trade almost certainly poised for increased activity. Long-term repercussions are harder to predict, but few expect the status quo.

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