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Summer programs have undergone big changes in the past two years amid the pandemic, and expectations are shifting for what a successful summer associateship looks like. Find out which firms left their summers happy and what programs worked and didn’t work in Law360 Pulse’s post-program survey.
Law firms are facing more pressure than ever to ensure that women are equitably represented in their ranks, but progress remains slow and parity is a distant goal. Here's our annual ranking of firms based on their representation of female attorneys at the associate and partner levels, with a detailed look at what life and forging a career is like for women in the law.
The 2021 Diversity Snapshot shows a legal industry that has stayed committed to increasing diversity among its ranks, but the pace of progress continues to grow incrementally. Here's our annual ranking of law firms on their representation of minority attorneys at the associate and partner levels, with a detailed look at their racial and ethnic composition.
As much of the U.S. emerges from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic that upended the world last year, law firms are taking stock of how much their business and their bench strength were affected by the unprecedented pressures of a global health crisis.
Many people think being a lawyer is all about arguing in court and racking up billable hours. Here, Law360 Pulse speaks with attorneys about five popular myths they harbored when they started out — and why they like practicing anyway.
Law360 Pulse wanted to see how attorneys feel about their jobs as the pandemic continues into its second year. Are they satisfied with their work? Are they stressed? The results were mixed, but one thing is clear: firms are, by and large, helping. Here’s our latest deep dive into attorneys, firms, and satisfaction in a difficult year.
George Floyd's murder on Memorial Day 2020 spurred law firms and corporate law departments to commit to fighting racism and bias. One year later, Law360 Pulse looks at the impact of those pledges and whether they represent a path to longer-term change.
Summer associate programs underwent a radical shift in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. What will the summer hold for law students in 2021? Find out what they are looking for and which firms stood out in the latest survey from Law360 Pulse.
After many attorneys have spent the last 14 months working remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic, firms are now beginning to put together return-to-office plans. But many attorneys aren't interested in a return to the pre-pandemic status quo of working in the office every day. Law360 Pulse and Major, Lindsey and Africa partnered to survey more than 2,500 attorneys on how they feel about returning to the office.
Office and court closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic were especially challenging for law firms' IT departments, which had to set up attorneys to capably work from home and protect the security of their data. Law360 Pulse's inaugural technology survey takes a deep dive into these adjustments and their demands on firms' pockets and personnel in 2020.
Law360 Pulse’s inaugural Partner Compensation Survey finds that firms made deep cuts to pay and reduced partner ranks in 2020 as COVID-19 swept around the planet, even as partners remain bullish on billable hours in a post-pandemic world.
Law360’s COVID-19 survey asked firms to take a look at how they might change their use of physical office space in the near future as lawyers and staff return to offices after the pandemic.
Check out all the winners of MVPs of the Year, Practice Groups of the Year, Rising Stars and Titans of the Plaintiffs Bar dating back to 2010.
The Law360 2020 Glass Ceiling Report shows that law firms continue to make only minimal progress in their efforts to dispel the barriers women face, especially as they move up the ranks.
The Law360 2020 Diversity Snapshot reveals a legal industry determined to move the needle but succeeding at a glacial pace, with firms struggling to tackle a lack of diversity that only increases as attorneys climb the ranks.
Right before the coronavirus pandemic upended the world, the largest U.S. law firms were getting bigger and widening the industry's size gap, according to Law360's annual tracking of the largest law firms in the country.