When the Great Recession hit, there were mass layoffs, and large swaths of associates were sent packing. Years later, law firm leaders would lament that there weren’t enough good, mid-level M&A associates, that too many got jettisoned as a knee-jerk result of the economy tanking.

So this time out, we’ve heard that things are different. That firms have learned their lesson from the Great Recession.

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