2010 Economics of Law Practice
The 2013 study launched on March 5. If you don't receive your link to the survey via email, contact Pat Giallanza at 602.340.7226.
Respondents can go back to previous pages in the survey and update existing responses until the survey is finished or until they have exited the survey. After the survey is finished, the respondent will not be able to re-enter the survey.
Results should be available this summer. A summary of the findings will be published in the September issue of Arizona Attorney magazine.
One of the difficult tasks in managing the operations of a law firm or practice is keeping current on salaries for associates and support staff, hourly billing rates and overhead expenses. Beginning in 2001, the State Bar has surveyed its members every three years to determine economic trends in Arizona's legal community.
The 2010 Economics of Law Practice in Arizona has the latest numbers and can be purchased online. At the $125 member rate, this report is a fraction of the cost of similar reports. Our online form makes it quick and convenient for you to order.
It is the most thorough localized report about Arizona legal salaries and billing practices. The report has the latest figures on:
- Net income for attorneys
- Salaries for paralegals and secretaries
- Hourly billing rates
- Operating expenses & gross receipts
Much of this information is segmented by area of practice, firm size, and firm location. You can read an overview of the report in Arizona Attorney.
The Bar previously published reports in 2001, 2004 and 2007. This follow-up includes data that demonstrates how numbers have changed since our original findings.
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