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3 Secrets To Retaining Millennial Attorneys

Law360, New York (September 13, 2016, 10:14 PM EDT) -- Law firms that want to prevent millennial attorneys from moving to their competitors need to develop retention plans that adhere to the firm's culture while keeping an eye on the ethos of the under-35 set, who tend to prioritize work-life balance over long hours, according to legal industry experts. Here, Law360 looks at three secrets that will keep the future of your firm from leaving.

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It’s a myth that younger attorneys all want to bounce around from law firm to law firm, argues Michael Jude Di Gennaro, senior director with Lateral Link, a recruiting agency.

Many would...

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