Strategic approach to attorney head count at law firms seems to have stayed “measured” in the decade since the recession forced firms of all sizes to scale back. And while the view that long-term growth is good remains a common one, “flat” or “steady” head count is not necessarily cause for alarm, it appears.

“We do want to continue to grow. That’s one of the things we emphasize in our monthly shareholder meetings,” said Mike Cooke, managing partner of Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Hall Estill.

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