The legal profession has had one of the busiest years on record
Law firms and in-house teams are finding it difficult to keep up with service demands and workloads. Transactional work post Covid lockdowns has surged: particularly mergers and acquisitions, funds management, finance, property, infrastructure, employment law, and regulatory work. Lawyers are being lured overseas by firms offering higher salaries. Pent up demand from Australian lawyers who have remained in Australia due to closed borders has added to this exodus. Staff shortages are now acute and time to hire is increasing, creating business issues, and forcing law firms and in-house teams to turn away work. Click below to find out more.
Employers are competing fiercely to attract and retain staff and are offering financial rewards and incentives not seen in the legal market for well over a decade. The challenge for employers in 2022 is securing and…
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