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.

Managing MillennialsBut regional and midsize firms are also evolving to accommodate—and to take advantage of—the generational shift.

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