By Alex Wolf (September 17, 2015, 4:46 PM EDT) -- Like it or not, the future of BigLaw and the legal world is in the hands of tweeting, selfie-taking, and perhaps overly confident members of the millennial generation, and major law firms around the country have been adjusting to accommodate young associates raised in an age marked by connectivity and economic instability.
While often criticized for being narcissistic and entitled, millennials are also typically viewed as highly educated and able to adapt to change. Attorneys in this generation made it through the downturn in the job market during the so-called Great Recession and have lived through enough experiences to realize that...
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