As most people who have ever been there know, Pittsburgh is much more of a Midwest city than an East Coast one. It’s more polite, less frantic, full of proud lifetime residents, and everyone there will tell you it’s a great place to raise a family. And compared to its in-state rival, Philadelphia, the legal culture there has always been a lot more collegial. Spend some time at the Duquesne Club for happy hour and you can see it, with all the friendly, easy conversations among lawyers from a variety of firms.

While there has been lots of lateral movement in markets like Philly for more than 20 years, it’s always been little quieter, a little more polite, in Pittsburgh.

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