Lawyers aren’t the only ones contributing to the significant revenue jumps at many Am Law 200 firms. Behind the scenes, paralegals, patent specialists, project managers and other professionals have been billing more frequently at some of the nation’s largest law firms.

Analysts and law firm leaders say that trend will likely continue this year, as associate pay bumps make lawyer work even pricier for clients and law firms continue pushing the envelope to find more efficiencies. 

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