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This story is part of a series exploring how law firms and others in the legal industry are adapting to manage their millennial workers, from recruitment and real estate to training and technology and beyond. Read the overview here.

While they still make up a small percentage of law firm partners, millennials are helping to transform what it means to make a career in the law. Many of the largest firms in the country have trumpeted millennial-friendly policies and programs, including remote work accommodations for associates, committees for junior partners and in-house innovation labs involving young lawyers, to name just a few examples.

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Lizzy McLellan

Lizzy McLellan writes about the Pennsylvania legal community and the business of law at firms of all sizes. Contact her at lmclellan@alm.com. On Twitter: @LizzyMcLellTLI

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