Top 10 out of 260 Business of Law Posts in 2015

by | Dec 30, 2015

Top 10 out of 260 Business of Law Posts in 2015

In our final post of the year, and of our 2015 roundup series, we bring you the most read posts on the LexisNexis Business of Law Blog.

Interestingly, by our observation, this analysis tells a story.  The story is the form of five key questions to which the legal industry is continuously evaluating:

  • How can law firms earn more business?
  • What are our competitors or services providers charging?
  • What are the current salary ranges for lawyers?
  • What will happen – what do these trends mean?
  • What are the vendors doing to help?

Thank you for being part of the community!  Here is how the community “voted” with electrons:

  1. New Study:  Emerging Story of Law Firm Business Development
  2. Legal Spend Trends:  Big Law Billing Rates Rising (’14 year-end ELM report)
  3. Inside Counsel Salaries Brighten as Skillsets Widen
  4. What Size is the Addressable US Legal Market?
  5. 10 Tips for Improving Law Firm Invoicing and Billing
  6. Beautiful Minds: 41 Legal Industry Predictions for 2016
  7. Key Metric: The Current Law Firm Billing Rates by Practice Area (’15 mid-year ELM report)
  8. LexisNexis Adds New Software Execs in Raleigh; Seeks Two More
  9. 5 Essential Practice Management Reports for Small Law Firms
  10. A List of 15 People that Can Make or Break a Law Firm

Happy New Year Legal!  See you in 2016!

If you’ve enjoyed this post, you might like the entire year-end series:

Photo credit:  Flickr, Anthony Quintano, Working New Years Eve Social Media for NBC, (CC BY 2.0)







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