Expense cuts fueled many law firms’ bottom lines during 2020. But legal analysts say such savings aren’t a long-term strategy, even as pandemic uncertainty lingers and firm leaders appear hesitant to ramp up spending again.

Steep declines in such things as travel and entertainment and marketing and business development, as well as an increased focus on collections, helped drive industry average growth in profits per equity partner last year.

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