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A number of midsize and smaller law firms seem to like, or at least seem to have made peace with, the idea that they occupy a certain pocket or stratum of the market for legal services. Maybe a firm is “regional.” Maybe it does “high-end work for small clients, and mid-tier work for large clients.”

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David Gialanella

David Gialanella, Bureau Chief, has been with the New Jersey Law Journal since 2010, covering business of law, litigation, legislation and various other topics. In his current role, he is responsible for the Law Journal's print and web products. Reach him at dgialanella@alm.com.

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