A compilation of ALM Intelligence's five most popular Law Department products.
Law Department Compensation Benchmarking Survey
REGULAR PRICE: $1299.00
The Law Department Compensation Benchmarking Survey is the most comprehensive analytical resource for reviewing and setting law department compensation. The Survey collects data on salary, bonus, total cash and stock options for nine in-house positions.
The Survey will help you measure your department against comparable departments and will provide a meaningful baseline against which to evaluate the equity and competitiveness of the compensation system you currently use.
REGULAR PRICE: $549.00
ALM Intelligence’s third annual cybersecurity study of law firms and law departments has found that law firms and law departments are increasingly being tasked by C-Suite and management to take the lead on cybersecurity. Yet, both law firms and law departments continue to struggle with their preparation and response to the cyber threat.
Build or Buy? The Evolution of Law Department Sourcing
REGULAR PRICE: $495.00
The report, featuring the results of ALM Intelligence’s inaugural Corporate Counsel Insourcing and Outsourcing Survey, as well as supporting research and interviews, examines the current state of corporate counsel insourcing and outsourcing and highlights key trends affecting the future.
NLJ Billing Report
REGULAR PRICE: $699.00
ALM Intelligence collected 2016 hourly billing rates for partners, associates and of counsel from the published rates in the 20 largest federal bankruptcy jurisdictions. High, low and average attorney billing rates are reported for 955 firms, in 30 states and the U.S. Territory Puerto Rico.
REGULAR PRICE: $449.00
The Diversity Scorecard contains detailed information on minority legal staffing levels at law firms in the NLJ 250 and Am Law 200. Key data points include:
* Number of U.S. citizen attorneys;
* Percentage of minority attorneys;
* Percentage of minority partners;
* Specific figures for major ethnic/racial groups:
* African-American or Black attorneys,
* Asian-American attorneys, Hispanic or Latino attorneys, and Multiracial/Other minority attorneys;
* Breakdown by partner and non-partner attorneys.