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Trade Attys Leave BigLaw Pressure For Smaller Shops

Law360, New York (September 3, 2013, 8:58 PM EDT) -- More trade attorneys have moved in recent years to smaller firms, trading the stresses of a large firm environment for the freedom to pursue the work and clients that most interest them.

Though some were hesitant to call it a widespread trend — “If you had a handful of people that were doing it, now you have another handful,” explained Michael Burton of Joiner Burton PLLC — several trade lawyers told Law360 they have seen a growing number of their peers with big firm experience landing...
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