SURVEY OF LAW FIRM ECONOMICS

Revenues Up at Larger Law Firms

Large firms saw increases in 2012 while small firms struggled.

The Survey of Law Firm Economics, a joint project of The National Law Journal and ALM Legal Intelligence, shows that at law firms with more than 150 attorneys, revenue per lawyer (RPL) rose by 8.5 percent last year. But at law firms on the other end of the spectrum — those with one to nine attorneys — revenue plunged by 8.1 percent.

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Originally appeared in print as The Size Advantage

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