After months of uncertainty resulting from the Brexit referendum and the presidential election in the United States, financial markets seem to have come to a rudimentary consensus about what to expect in 2017. And for the nation’s biggest law firms, that outlook is, for the most part, positive.

“Generally, change in Washington has historically been good for law firms, but this particular change will be a mixed bag for law firms, and there will be ups and downs,” says consultant Kent Zimmermann of the Zeughauser Group.

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