Bigger can mean better. More resources, financial or otherwise, provide wiggle room when it comes to things like weathering a global pandemic. But smaller firms, according to several industry experts and firm leaders, may be in a stronger position to get out of the current economic downturn with their associate ranks intact. 

While circumstances vary by firm, mid-market firms generally can capitalize on their strong culture and smaller associate population, making them better-positioned to keep young lawyers active and trained up during a transitional time in the legal industry. 

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