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    Vol. 81, No. 11, November 2008

    Full Report is Available to Help Guide Your Practice Management Decisions 

    For attorneys looking for in-depth information, the full Economics of Practice in Wisconsin 2008 Survey Report provides the detail needed to get a fuller view of the economic picture of practicing law in Wisconsin. By applying your own data against the survey’s aggregate results, you’ll see how your individual practice compares. The survey report’s straightforward information, charts, and tables can help you make independent decisions to manage your practice more efficiently and effectively. Separate sections cover private practitioners (both solo and in group practices), government or public service attorneys, and corporate attorneys and in-house counsel.

    The survey report includes:

    • 2007 Private Practitioner Net Income
    • 2007 Private Practitioner Hourly Billing Rates and Work Volume
    • 2007 Office Expenses and Revenues
    • 2007 Law Office Support Staff Salaries
    • Billing and Timekeeping Practices
    • Trends in Marketing Legal Services
    • Perceptions to the Supply and Demand for Legal Services

    New to the 2008 survey report:

    • 2007 Government Lawyer Gross Income and Work Volume
    • 2007 Corporate/In-house Counsel Gross Income and Work Volume

    The 2008 survey report is available to State Bar members for $79.95 and to nonmembers for $99.95. To order, go to www.wisbar.org/2008EconReport, or phone the State Bar at (800) 728-7788.

    Note: The survey is intended to enhance opportunities for independent competitive decisions. Each practitioner must make independent decisions concerning the interpretation and use of this information in the context of the practitioner’s specific business.

     




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