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Winston and Strawn has been making some cuts lately. The firm is maintaining a policy of not commenting on staff reductions, but sources familiar with the moves say that some of the administrative staff in the Chicago office have been let go this week and that some associates were told over the summer that they have until the end of this month. If you have any specific information to share, send us a hot tip.

Winston and Strawn is an international law firm founded in Chicago with offices in 13 cities around the world. It is an industry leader in Pro Bono work and was one of the first major US firms to establish a written Pro Bono policy.

  
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