Millennials and Gen Zers are disrupting the status quo of legal departments, raising the stakes for legal chiefs who will need to create attractive work environments to attract and retain younger attorneys as baby boomers retire.

Legal department leaders who want to work successfully with millennials must understand their viewpoints in order to maximize their contributions, according to a recent Thomson Reuters’ report that found millennials will account for 75% of legal department employees by 2025.

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