- Traditionalists and Baby Boomers, representing close to 50% of attorneys in the US, will begin to retire or change careers in record numbers over the next decade
- The pending shortage of Generation X lawyers, a small cohort almost half the size of the Boomers, will cause significant setbacks to firms' succession plans
- The latest generation to enter the legal profession, the Millennials, have already begun to challenge the "workaholic" legal culture by publicly ranking firms on the internet according to diversity, billable hour and pro bono participation metrics
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