Average compensation for solo and small-firm attorneys decreased slightly in 2018, and female attorneys reported earning 36% less than their male counterparts, according to a study released by Martindale-Avvo.

The legal marketing company released its second annual Attorney Compensation Report on Tuesday, which included results from 6,891 respondents who work solo or at small firms full time.

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