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|2012 Kansas Economics of Law Practice Report|
What is the Kansas Economics of Law Practice Report?
During the spring of 2012, The Kansas Bar Association surveyed the legal community on the economics of law practice considering similar studies undertaken in 2005 and 1997. The objectives of all studies were to derive and report the following:
This information has been organized here to help guide attorneys plan and manage their professional lives. They can compare themselves and their firms against benchmarks/ norms established from aggregating survey data. These benchmarks consider one or more of the following variables: office location, firm size, practice class, area of legal concentration/primary field of law and years in practice. Attention is also given to analysis of gender-specific factors influencing income gaps. Time series information is also provided to denote trends.
Does this report cost anything?
If you are a KBA member, it is completely FREE!
Click here for link to the report (you must be logged in)
Non-members can purchase a digital copy of the report online for $100.
We thank Angel Zimmerman for her hard work and dedication in working on and completing this project. We also thank KBA staff members Christa Ingenthron, Deana Mead, Beth Warrington, Ryan Purcell & Meg Wickham for their involvement and hard work in making this happen. We thank our statistician, Lawrence Stiffman, Ph. D., MPH, for his work in compiling and presenting this information.
Lawrence Stiffman, Ph.D., MPH