Tag Archives: The American Lawyer

U.S. Law Firms Mark Best First-Half Revenue Growth in Ten Years

Citi Private Bank reports in The American Lawyer that the first half of 2018 was better financially, in particular for small- and large-sized law firms, than was the first half of 2017. In fact, overall revenue growth across the industry in the U.S. contributed to the strongest first half since 2007. Citi Private Bank’s Law Firm … Continue Reading

Young Lawyers Challenge Profession over Mental Health Concerns

I commend The Young Lawyer Editorial Board at The American Lawyer for their powerful piece on the debilitating and even life-threatening risks of working in the legal profession – a profession that, they point out, “[tops] the league tables for loneliness, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, stress and suicide.” Although they acknowledge that mental health problems … Continue Reading
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