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How well can law firm leaders predict the results of their own firms? In our second-half 2016 issue of the Citi Private Bank Law Firm Leaders Confidence Index (LFLCI), published in July 2016, law firm leaders expressed lukewarm confidence about the second half of 2016, as compared to the second half of 2015. They were less confident about the macro economy, both domestically and globally, than they were about the fortunes of their own firms. In fact, law firm leaders were particularly confident about their firms’ ability to grow demand, despite the modest average annual growth in demand we’ve seen during the post-recession years. Now with the luxury of hindsight, via our Citi Quarterly Flash survey, we can explore how accurate law firm leaders were in those growth projections.
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