Millennial Lawyers Say Firm Model 'Fundamentally Broken'

Law360 (April 4, 2019, 5:56 PM EDT) -- While many millennial lawyers view partnership as their long-term career goal, more than half believe the law firm business model is "fundamentally broken," according to a survey published Thursday, which also found a wide disparity between male and female attorneys in whether they think shop culture is sexist.

51% of those polled agreed that the law firm business model is "fundamentally broken" The biennial survey by Major Lindsey & Africa LLC and Above the Law looked at how millennials' evolving preferences and priorities have shifted workplace dynamics. In the inaugural edition of the report in 2017, partnership was the primary career...

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