PaLaw 2012: The State of the Profession

Analysis: The Forecast for 2013

, The Legal Intelligencer


Four years after Lehman Brothers died and the national economy plunged into a deep crisis, the legal marketplace remains splintered, uncertain and likely to stay that way. The Great Recession hasn't sunk all boats, nor lifted them. The health of practices varies by lawyer and practice group; within the same firm we find corridors never busier and others filled with lawyers who have little to do but pray for the patience of their partners.

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