Take the Juris Economic Survey

The Juris economic survey, one of the largest in the legal community, is unique in that it targets midrange-sized law firms, particularly those with 10 to 150 attorneys.  The 2005 survey disclosed that partners in the top 25 percent earn twice the income of the next quartile and more than seven times the per-partner income of the lowest 25 percent. 

Blogger Thomas (Tom) Collins, Founder and Former President of Juris, Inc., expects expect this year’s survey to provide fresh insight into the economic state of these law firms and to shed more light on the behavioral differences that distinguish one law firm from another when it comes to the income the partners enjoy.

The survey now open for participation covers financial results for the year 2006 as well as the outlook for 2007.  Firms that participate in the survey receive the published results and accompanying analysis without charge.  

Law firms can participate by going to http://www.jurisinsight.com/2006survey.   

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