When it comes to attorney pay, origination has held a steady place at the top of many firms’ list of compensation criteria. But could rainmaking be drying up in importance?

Firm leaders and consultants who spoke to The Legal pointed to a decided shift away from a focus on origination credit, though no one predicted bringing in business would become irrelevant when firms dole out attorney compensation.

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