Author’s note: Two of the most common questions I have received in the past few months have been: "Should I be more open to at least considering a move to another law firm, especially in the midst of this recession?" and, "If I do decide to explore a move, what factors should I examine when looking at other firms?" Last month, we addressed the first question. There are a plethora of issues related to question two, which have been addressed, in part, in prior columns. This month, we will focus on only four of those factors, with special attention being paid to recession-related points.
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