February 25, 2014

In the cover story of the Chicago Lawyer March issue,  Mitchell S. Roth, Gregory D. Grove, Josh M. Leavitt, and J. Eric Guth comment on the  emergence of midsize firms as a more desirable alternative to Big Law for clients and attorneys facing increasing pressures related to cost controls and client service. 

Top talent is not just reserved for Big Law, as opportunities to grow a practice and relationships continue to present themselves in an environment where rate structures can be aligned with clients seeking stability and value without sacrificing quality of services, the midsize firm will continue its upward trend.

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