A combination of aggressive cutting and “sky-high” worked rates in the final months of 2020 propelled law firm market performance to near-record levels, a new report says.

According to a report released Tuesday, the Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor Index—a composite of factors affecting law firm profitability such as demand, rates, productivity and expenses—hit 69 in Q4. It’s the highest score since 2006.

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