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Succession planning at law firms, or lack of such planning, is an ongoing challenge for law firms in New Jersey and beyond, but many are taking steps to address it, and in some cases seeing results from those efforts.

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David Gialanella

David Gialanella, Bureau Chief, has been with the New Jersey Law Journal since 2010, covering business of law, litigation, legislation and various other topics. In his current role, he is responsible for the Law Journal's print and web products. Reach him at dgialanella@alm.com.

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