As the country’s economic fortunes slowly improve, law firms on the road to recovery are showing an increased willingness to put resources into training programs for associates, according to a recent survey by ALM Legal Intelligence and Practical Law Company Inc.

Just over half of survey respondents — a group that included law firm partners, professional development specialists, law librarians and administrative staff — said that their firms had increased the amount of time devoted to training over the past 12 months.

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