Legal Recruiter Sees Uptick In Demand For White Collar Work

Law360 (July 27, 2020, 12:02 AM EDT) -- While the end of financial crisis-era litigation and the decrease in cases under the Trump administration have sapped demand for white collar lawyers, a legal recruitment firm is expecting to see law firms start hiring again in the near term.

Legal recruiter Macrae, formerly known as Mlegal, predicted in a newly released report that the market for white collar talent in the U.S. will pick back up with an expected "wave" of litigation prompted by the pandemic.

According to the report, law firms were unprepared for the uptick in demand for white collar defense attorneys after the 2008 financial crisis and...

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