Employment for lawyers is expected to grow by 6 percent through 2028, according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Private equity firms have high amounts of “dry powder” (unused money that is used to make deals) available for investment, which suggest that there will be strong demand for lawyers to help firms structure and close deals and provide legal guidance regarding portfolio companies. Increasing regulation of the PE industry will also create demand for attorneys.
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