In a previous article posted on law.com, I discussed the findings of late 2018 survey I conducted on the state of innovation in the legal market. At the end of the survey, to delve deeper into the DNA of the data, I ask for demographic information (firm size, revenue, footprint, revenue per lawyer, etc.) and/or the name of their firm so that I might fill in the data, myself. This allows me to compare data across demographic strata in hopes of finding “best practices” or gaps where improvements can be made. Specifically, I wanted to compare answers in three areas: (i) the various employment classes – leadership versus partners versus associates, (ii) RPL – “lower” versus “higher” and (iii) geographic footprint – international/global, domestic and regional. We’ll start with the classes.
Homogeneity of the Classes – Leadership, Partners and Associates
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