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Associates have had a rough time during the pandemic, something we’re noted before in this column. In particular, they’ve lost out on work to partners and their development has slowed. Talent development is the one of the biggest concerns for law firm leaders, but under the circumstances, what can they do?

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Hank Grezlak

Hank Grezlak is the editor-in-chief for ALM's legal theme desks and regional publications and oversees Law.com, and has been covering courts and law firms since 1993. He has won numerous awards for his journalism, including several for investigative reporting, columns, and enterprise reporting. In 2016 he was awarded the G.D. Crain, Jr. Award for Distinguished Editorial Career.

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