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Most large law firms have taken little initiative to measure the success of practice areas, despite a commonly expressed desire to focus resources on their most profitable practices and give critical attention to those areas losing money. In part, this is because law firms lack a commonly accepted methodology for tracking revenues and expenses. As a result, even those firms that actually maintain formal profit centring systems have found little practical use for the information, other than satisfaction of curiosity.

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