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2013 - How Many Law Firms Will Survive?


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2013 - How Many Law Firms Will Survive?

Only one in eight firms have strategic plans, according to a recent ALM Intelligence survey and many don't have the skills and staff to implement them. This is a troubling if not alarming statistic for nearly three quarters of the country's law partners and management. Is it keeping them up at night? How many of those firms will survive the next five years?


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