With stress levels rising and the pressure to do more with less to keep up with changing client expectations, productivity, and employee well-being need to be a primary focus for how midsize law firms can make strategic investments for the next-generation workforce in 2024.
Our research examines the trends and endeavors of 390 law firm professionals who work at midsize law firms in the United States, including legal and administrative roles. The goal of this research was to capture hard data on what’s impacting law firm operations compared to our 2023 research and what opportunities exist for these law firms to thrive.
Questions that are answered:
- How is stress impacting employees at midsize law firms and how can it be managed?
- Are law firms fostering connections in remote and hybrid settings?
- How are non-billable tasks impacting productivity?
- What areas are law firms adapting to how they invest in technology?
Use these insights and key takeaways to inform your law firm’s growth, client management, and people strategies for the upcoming year, or use this report to better understand what other law firms are focusing on.
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