Midsize firms often seem to have steady leadership, with the tenures of those at the top tending to be longer than those in Big Law. But that blessing, while it might not turn into a curse, certainly provides different challenges when it comes time to change that leadership.

And that’s something you frequently hear from observers of mid-market firms: they are vulnerable when it comes to succession.

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