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Job market worries ripple through legal sector after law firm layoffs and pay cuts on Bay Street

Recruiters reveal how to deal with layoffs —but say not all lawyers should fear pay freezes

Job market worries ripple through legal sector after law firm layoffs and pay cuts on Bay Street
Dal Bhathal

News that major law firms would cut salaries or lay off staff in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic does not mean that the entire legal job market is on hold, say industry watchers. 

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