February 28, 2015

The Legal Profession

Law Schools in Florida

Ranked by enrollment 2011. Read more »
Published on 2/13/2013

Law Firms in Florida

Ranked by number of lawers in Florida. Read more »
Published on 2/13/2013

Florida Law: Vital Statistics

Statewide statistics about Florida's legal landscape. Read more »
Published on 2/13/2013

Making the Cut

Cuts in court funding coupled with skyrocketing court loads from the foreclosure crisis have created backlogs and delays in Florida's system Read more »
Published on 2/12/2013

Law Firm Mergers: Careful and Strategic

Last year saw moves by Florida firms looking to expand outside of Florida as well as out-of-state firms expanding their reach into the Sunshine State. Read more »
Published on 2/12/2013

BP Bonanza

In a legal industry beset by the recession and pressures to become more efficient, a notable niche of growth has involved the final settlement of the BP oil spill. Read more »
Published on 2/12/2013

Why Law Firms Fail

Business strategy and good internal management can be as important to a law firm's survival as its legal competence. Read more »
Published on 2/11/2013

Tech and the Law

Lawyers haven't always been the most tech savvy professionals, but tech experts say that's changing... Read more »
Published on 2/11/2013

Big-Picture Legal Trends in Florida

The recession has exposed structural flaws in the business models of many law firms. Read more »
Published on 2/11/2013

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