Millennials are making their mark on Atlanta’s largest law firms. Even though most still occupy the bottom rungs, their firms have launched a surprisingly wide variety of homegrown initiatives to respond to the needs—and talents—of their youngest lawyers.

Firms are providing more training and mentoring to advance millennials’ lawyering and business development skills. They are taking millennials’ viewpoint into account on everything from office redesign to new legal technologies, and they are creating more flexible workplaces.

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