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Tag Archives: Law firms

Report: Demand for law firms still stagnant

A decade after the subprime mortgage crisis sent shockwaves across the global economy and upended an unprecedented run of prosperity for the legal profession, many law firms are still struggling to adjust to stagnant demand for their services and the ...

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Corporate counsel recognizes law firms

The Association of Corporate Counsel is recognizing several legal organizations as 2012 “ACC Value champions that delivered “substantial value” to clients through value-focused legal management skills. “These law departments and law firms have developed and implemented initiatives to deliver bottom-line ...

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Where lawyers are spending on marketing

The majority of lawyers plan to increase their marketing efforts in 2012, according to a new legal marketing survey released by Avvo and LexBlog. The 2012 Legal Marketing Survey Report also discusses how lawyers plan to spend their marketing dollars. ...

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Law firms, leaders offer insights to year ahead

Rochester area law firms are cautiously optimistic for the new year, with many starting to hire again at pre-recession levels. “I’m really bullish on the outlook,” said Carolyn Nussbaum, managing partner for Nixon Peabody LLP’s Rochester office. “I expect we ...

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Study: Women lawyers not on same partnership track

Many firms across the nation have created programs targeted to women that give more lenient maternity leave and reduced caseloads, but a new study shows women are drastically underrepresented in the leadership ranks of major law firms and paid much less.

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