Earlier this year The Daily Record debuted its Maryland Lawyers Confidence Index survey, a confidential, quarterly survey of private attorneys in the state that explored their views on the economic factors influencing their practices.
Survey respondents reported that they were cautiously optimistic about the state of the economy. Many said they anticipate investing in marketing and technology at their firms or practices and expect an uptick in billable hours over the next three months, but most are unlikely to invest in additional staff or infrastructure.
If you are an attorney in private practice and did not get a chance to participate in the initial survey, we’d very much like to have your input for our second-quarter report. Just click here. If you did participate in the initial survey, you’ll be receiving an email soon inviting you to be a part of our second-quarter survey.
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