At Least No One is Chained to A Desk . . . Yet:
According to an article in the National Law Journal, some law firms are making sure their websites don't broadcast the credentials or contact information of their associates to try to keep headhunters away.
Amid an improved economy and an apparent upturn in lateral hiring, some law firms are trying to shield their associates from the wiles of recruiters offering richer rewards.I have enabled comments.
Some firms are limiting the contact information about associates provided on their Web sites. Others have deleted biographical and practice area details as well. Still others are said to be scaling back information in law firm directories.
In sharp contrast to the technology bust when law firms wanted to trim their ranks, many of today's firms are running interference in attempts to keep their associates from straying.