It's a good time to be a lawyer. Billing rates for law firm attorneys jumped last year, with partners and associates raking in more dollars per hour than ever before. And at least one partner now charges $1,000, the first four-figure hourly rate reported to The National Law Journal for its annual surveys. This year, 116 law firms answered questions on their billing rates. Find out which racked up the highest -- and the lowest -- rates of the year.
Hourly Billing Rates Continue to Rise
The National Law Journal
December 12, 2005
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