Study: Lateral Hiring Push Will Continue Despite Uncertainty About Its Impact

, The Am Law Daily


Though its benefits may be modest at best in many cases, the lateral recruiting boom of recent years shows no signs of slowing down, according to a new survey of 79 leaders of Am Law 200-sized firms prepared by LexisNexis and Am Law Daily affiliate ALM Legal Intelligence. The survey also found that while most firms identify revenue growth as their top priority, many fall short when it comes to tracking the satisfaction of the clients that produce that revenue.

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