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The American Lawyer’s annual law firm leaders survey shows the short-term measures to cut costs while law firms position themselves for fundamental change. Drew Combs reports

Two years into the financial crisis, Am Law 200 firms continue to grapple with their response to the new reality: that’s the main theme from The American Lawyer’s annual Law Firm Leaders survey, which shows an increased willingness among firms to implement a smorgasbord of short-term cost-cutting measures while pondering more fundamental changes.

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