2013 Legal Best Practice Benchmarking Report


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Would you like to receive wide-ranging insights into the latest legal industry trends and the financial performance of Australian law firms? Macquarie's 2013 Legal Best Practice Benchmarking Report and summary reveals where firms focus their energy to enhance profits, if they have a succession plan in place and whether they increased gross revenue in 2013.

There's no question that the legal landscape is evolving and the 2013 Legal Best Practice Benchmarking Report outlines how firms were coping with this change. We conducted an in-depth survey of 134 mid-size and small firms across the country to find out how their businesses fared last year with respect to financial performance, staff levels and composition.

We analysed the characteristics that have helped the best-performing firms to succeed and outlined how you can apply industry best practice to your own business.

For an outline of what is happening inside this rapidly changing industry, contact a relationship manager or download the executive summary.

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