Many midsize firms get a fair amount of work from representing their clients in matters involving state and local governments. So it should come as no surprise those firms also look to hire attorneys with state government experience. It mirrors what many big firms do with attracting laterals from the federal government.

Are there particular segments of government that mid-market firms are looking to target? This story from Lizzy McLellan got me wondering about that question.

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