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Paralegals’ Pay Rises Despite Lower Billing Rates for Their Work, According to 2013 ALM/IPMA Survey
Use of Alternative Fee Arrangements to Pay for Legal Services Heats Up in U.S.
ALM Legal Intelligence Launches Government Contracts Database
ALM’s Survey of Law Firm Economics Shows Revenues on Upswing
New ALM Legal Intelligence Survey Shows Modest Pay Gains for Attorneys in U.S. Corporate Law Departments
The American Lawyer’s Survey of Midlevel Associates Finds Job Satisfaction at Historic Highs; For Women, Not So Much
Corporate Law Department Hiring is Up and Expense Cuts Continue to Decline, According to New ALM Survey
The American Lawyer Finds Solid “Global 100” Growth Last Year; U.K. Firms Trail U.S., Australia in Recession Recovery
The American Lawyer’s Tech Survey Finds BigLaw Concern Over Security Breaches, Some of It Client-Driven
Survey Finds Partners Who Leave Law Firms Often the Most Recent Hires
Survey Finds Law Firm Morale Concerns Shift from Worries About Layoffs to Compensation and Training Issues