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Boom times turn bleak for Boston lawyers

Prestigious firms forced to cut jobs, freeze salaries

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By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / March 2, 2009

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Paul Semenza practiced law for 25 years, including work as a defense attorney in personal injury cases. So the Wakefield lawyer figured it would take only a few months to find work after losing his law firm job a year ago. But the economy steadily worsened, and no offers came. Now Semenza, 51, has been forced to find a different ... (Full article: 943 words)

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