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The Bellwether report 2013, Survive or Thrive?, has been published.
The report takes the temperature of independent lawyers, sole practitioners and owner/lawyers in smaller law firms, to see how they are dealing with the current financial, regulatory and legal climate.
LexisNexis commissioned this research because we wanted to gain a thorough understanding of the challenges lawyers in this sector face and to identify what can be done to ensure they do not merely survive but thrive.
It is heartening to discover that despite all the difficulties the firms face, these lawyers still wish to continue running their own businesses and do what they do best: practising the law.
We expected that securing new business and dealing with the economic downturn would
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