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Lateral hiring hurts law firms in the long run, law professors conclude

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In these slow-to-no-growth times of sluggish demand for legal services, AmLaw 200 firms pin their hopes on lateral partners to boost revenue and increase market share.

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    What do law professors know about keeping firms profitable?

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