PaLAW 2010

Raising Rates Back in Vogue?

Done with Layoffs, MPs Look to Revenue Generators (Ahem, Clients) to Maintain Profitability

, The Legal Intelligencer


The results from the 2010 Managing Partners Survey largely mirror what media reports have shown over the last year: layoffs have subsided, younger associates are being hired in significantly smaller numbers, if at all, contract attorneys are taking their place and the number of firms that saw increases in either revenue or profits in the last year shrunk substantially.

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