If inflation remains at current levels, law firm billing rate increases won’t be able to keep pace. But firm leaders may make other “course corrections” to capture profits through the end of 2022, analysts say, by utilizing leverage and alternative pricing models and making additional investments in technology.

Firms will also likely consider heftier billing rate hikes next year, some say, after a year in which expenses have rebounded considerably from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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