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In D.C., A Changing Law Firm Map

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The map of Washington is about to shift. That’s what we found in a citywide survey of the largest law firms on their plans and possibilities as a number of office leases end in the next few years. From the story:

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has a decision on its hands. Between now and the end of the year, the firm will choose whether to move its 300 Washington lawyers to a new office, or stay in the Dupont Circle building it constructed during the early 1980s.

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