For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, law firm head count declined nationally in 2020. That’s no surprise after COVID-19 shut down courts across the nation and paused litigation for a chunk of the year.

But law firm leaders have broadly said things could have been worse. Overall, head count was only down 0.1% last year, with equity partners and associates hit the hardest.

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