Change in Washington can be good—very good—for law firms, particularly if they bet on the right practices and talent to help their clients navigate new political realities.

As strategic advisers to firms, we have been closely watching developments to determine which areas are most likely to provide growth potential for legal business. And based on our market intelligence, we’ve identified six practices that we think will show significant activity.

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