These are exciting but risky times for midsize firms. Given how things like technology and litigation funding can help level the playing field, and how clients are more willing these days to switch firms, opportunities abound for mid-market firms.

But we’ve also seen Big Law take a stronger interest in domestic expansion. Much of that has come at the expense of midsize firms, as larger players open up shop in their markets by grabbing significant practice groups from smaller firms.

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