After practicing law for several years, you’ve decided to look at other options. Attorneys making a lateral move do so for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they are not happy with their current firm or position. They may want to broaden their experience, make more money, have more work-life balance, or simply try a new opportunity. FindLaw’s How to Make a Lateral Move section addresses these considerations, with resources on moving out of your boutique firm, breaking out of litigation, switching from a small to a national firm, not making partner, and moving to a new firm. Let FindLaw help you take the first step in your lateral move.