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The 2011 Client Advisory from consultants Hildebrandt Baker Robbins and Citi Private Bank released earlier this month predicted that this year would bring only modest gains for the legal sector, with most firms needing to get creative in order to avoid losses.

The report, which relied on data current through 2010′s third quarter, pointed to slimmer partner ranks, alternative billing models, and outsourcing as potential ways for firms to keep their operations austere in uncertain times. After a two-year lull in demand for legal services, the report’s author, James Jones, told the Am Law Daily that the market had stabilized but that firms wouldn’t see substantial growth unless the demand for legal service increased to pre-recession levels.

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