What Boutiques Can Do To Keep Luring Laterals

Law360, New York (May 5, 2010, 6:04 PM EDT) -- Many partners at major law firms took advantage of the recession to strike out on their own and found boutique law firms. But even as the legal market's stabilization slows the flight from BigLaw, experts say these fledgling boutiques can keep attracting top lateral talent if they sell themselves properly.

A desire for autonomy and flexibility — the same factors that inspired many attorneys to turn to the boutique model during the recession — can still be used to woo lawyers in a stronger economy, experts...
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