BTI Most Recommended Law Firms 2017

Each year the acts of client service change—gaining in value and sophistication and becoming a little harder to replicate. And every year, a group of law firms figures out how to up their game, leap frog client expectations and leave the other law firms behind. The BTI Most Recommended Law Firms 2017 are the 97 firms—out of the 650 core law firms serving large and Fortune 1000 clients—top legal decision makers are willing to bet their reputation on and recommend to their peers. (Length: 20 pages)

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BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration 2017

Clients say collaborative law firms show deep understanding of client needs across the team, are up to speed on all the issues whenever an attorney joins the team, and are all focused on the same overriding objective. More than anything, the attorneys at the most collaborative firms work at it, including these 54 law firms top legal decision makers name as the best at collaborating. (Length: 23 pages)

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BTI's Law Firms with the Best Associates 2017

BTI asked more than 300 corporate counsel which law firms had the best associates. The vast majority indicated they didn’t know—all of their firms had really good associates. But, clients say 46 firms have the best associates. These 46 firms stand out because clients have seen and met the associates. Includes the 4 skills which are an essential part of the associate success kit. (Length: 18 pages)

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BTI Guide to Maximum Marketing & Business Development: The 10 Strategies Driving Pacesetting Performance at Law Firms

A minority of high-performing law firms enjoy more than 8 times the growth with their top clients than other law firms AND 4 times the growth in profits per attorney. These pacesetting performers have discovered the ideal mix of marketing and business development activities. Based on BTI’s most recent research with 160 Chief Marketing Officers and business development leaders at leading law firms—you can learn exactly what the pacesetting law firms are doing differently than everyone else—and see how you stack up. The BTI Guide to Maximum Marketing & Business Development gives you the in-depth details on pursuing the 10 marketing and business development initiatives which have more impact than all the others.

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BTI Law Firms Best at Cybersecurity 2017

BTI's exclusive in-depth interviews with more than 320 corporate counsel at the world’s largest companies reveals the law firms they see as leading the charge on change. Cybersecurity is the fastest growing segment of outside counsel spending. It is also the biggest issue keeping clients awake at night. And now, after watching the market develop over the last 5 years clients see a group of law firms emerging as the best.

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BTI Marketing Mojo 2017: The Law Firms Marketing Leaders Don't Want to Pitch Against

BTI's exclusive in-depth interviews with 159 law firm marketing leaders reveal the law firms they most want to avoid pitching against. Learn what clients and law firm marketing leaders alike describe as the key attributes of Marketing Mojo. Includes the 6 law firms with the most Marketing Mojo and the 27 firms law firm marketing leaders view as bringing their strong marketing prowess to bear.

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BTI Legal Marketing Reference 2016: Benchmarking Law Firm Marketing and Business Development Strategies

Discover where law firms are investing in their marketing and business development budgets—and where they are holding back. Based on more than 150 interviews with leading legal marketing executives at a wide range of law firms, this exclusive analysis helps you pinpoint strategies to succeed in an uncertain market ahead. Includes breakdowns of law firm marketing budgets by law firm size, as well as overall market trends. (Length: 43 pages)

 

BTI Legal Spending Benchmarks 2016

Be the first to help your clients figure out their value equation. What has happened to client spending as their companies have grown? We recommend you use BTI’s exclusive legal spending benchmarks to measure the value created—if the percent of the legal budget goes down while revenue goes up your clients are creating value. You can also use the metrics to help clients calibrate their spending by size and industry. BTI Legal Spending Benchmarks 2016 provides spending metrics and benchmarks for 15 different industries. (Length: 32 pages)

 
 

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BTI State of Alternative Fee Arrangements 2016

The votes are in and clients are loving AFAs. The data in BTI State of Alternative Fee Arrangements 2016 shows just how much. In addition, top legal decision makers identify 22 of the 650 law firms serving large and Fortune 1000 clients as absolutely best at developing and implementing alternative fee arrangements, and shared 6 reasons these firms stand out. 

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BTI Client Service A-Team: CMOs Rank Digital and Traditional Agencies

 

The BTI Client Service A-Team 2015 gives you the facts you need to boost client service based on actual client feedback. Learn what the top performers, The BTI Client Service 15, are doing to outpace competitors. Get details on over 200 digital and traditional agencies—by name—with insights on how clients define the 17 activities driving client relationships, including rankings of the best-of-the-best in client service. (Length: 108 pages)

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What Clients Pay and What Law Firms Charge: BTI's Billing Rate Reference 2014

Interest in how much clients are willing to pay and who charges what rates increases each year—particularly as the market remains stagnant. What Clients Pay and What Law Firms Charge: BTI’s Billing Rate Reference 2014 takes the speculation and guesswork out of managing billing rates and provides comprehensive metrics to compare your firm's performance to key competitors, set pricing strategies and identify potential opportunities to optimize rate structures. (Length: 187 pages)

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