Surveys

Remote Work, Employee Well-Being And COVID-19

The COVID pandemic has been a catalyst for changes in the workplace, none more consequential than the increase in remote work, which often means working…

Polls Show Waning Support for the Supreme Court As Presently Constituted

A Marquette School of Law survey found that 52 percent of “very conservative” respondents have high confidence in the Supreme Court, compared to 31 percent…

Law Firm Bullies Go Unchecked

Bullying and lack of respect was cited as number one on a list of detrimental behaviors at law firms, according to a recently-released study. Ninety-three…

Law School Death Spiral?

A deteriorated market for their graduates – and a consequent shrinking number of applicants – is a big part of the problem, but far from…

Law Department Staffing Trends

The survey captured information about legal department staffing trends for 2015. One-third of respondents came from departments of six to 24 lawyers, another third from…

Data Protection a Spending Priority for 2015

Strategic Planning for Information Governance Spending on information governance will increase in 2015, according to a TGC survey of in-house practitioners taken in October 2014.…

Arbitration Trends 2014

A Today’s General Counsel survey captured trends and attitudes toward arbitration among in-house attorneys. The primary reasons respondents gave for choosing arbitration over litigation were…

Arbitration Trends 2014

How in-house attorneys use, and don’t use, the process.

Law Firm Hiring 2014

In-house lawyers polled on their department hiring practices. Why law firms are hired and fired.

Cybersecurity Management 2014

Nearly half of respondents to a Today’s General Counsel survey regarding trends and attitudes toward cybersecurity felt their industry was very susceptible to security breaches.…

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