Newest Issue - January 2018

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Millennial lawyers are forging their own paths—and it's wrong to call them lazy

As younger attorneys flood the workforce and begin replacing the retiring baby boomer ranks, even the most conservative law firms are realizing the need to reshape corporate culture and embrace millennials’ tech-savvy, self-confident and flexible point of view.

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