NYC Biglaw (v10) litigation??

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NYC Biglaw (v10) litigation??

Post by transferquestiontls » Wed Aug 19, 2020 10:19 pm

Is NYC biglaw litigation dying out?? As an incoming NYC litigation associate at a v10, how hard is it to get staffed on anything other than securities (thinking about white-collar defense/investigations or antitrust)? My firm does not have a rigid work assignment system, but in reality do most nyc lit associates end up with securities work regardless of their interests?



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Re: NYC Biglaw (v10) litigation??

Post by notinbiglaw » Thu Aug 20, 2020 10:23 am

No. It's just not growing as fast as corporate or law school graduate population.

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Re: NYC Biglaw (v10) litigation??

Post by LBJ's Hair » Thu Aug 20, 2020 12:44 pm

No it's not dying, but your firm's litigation department might be in trouble. Firm dynamics =/= market dynamics.

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