Legal market research – Lexis-Nexis Bellwether research report 2017 “Why independent law firms are thriving”

Posted on: June 1, 2017 Legal market research 2017

Now in its fifth year, LexisNexis Bellwether has released the first of three legal market research reports for 2017. The research, in conjunction with Linda Jones & Partners, is based on 10 qualitative interviews and quantitative research with 118 lawyers in independent law firms (75% of whom had worked at larger firms in the past) […]

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Client Experience Management CEM – Two research reports

Posted on: April 25, 2017

This post contains summaries of two research reports on Client Experience Management CEM – one focusing on law firms and the legal market and the other of B2B customer experience – where the legal sector is considered – as a comparison. The unbalanced scorecard – How firms profit by recalibrating service performance and value for […]

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Client service insights – Empathy, measurement and reverse thinking

Posted on: July 4, 2016 Client service insights - listen and empathy

Three recent news reports captured my attention on client service insights for law firms and professional service firms.  Addleshaw Goddard solicitors uses empathy Addleshaw Goddard – a major law firm – topped the charts for client service (performance and value for money) in the Nisus Consulting research http://www.nisus.net/   to become the most client-focused firm law […]

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Legal market research – LexisNexis Bellwether 2016 report highlights

Posted on: June 23, 2016 Legal market research - LexisNexis Bellwether report 2016

Legal market research in the LexisNexis Bellwether Report 2016 “The riddle of perception” was recently published. The research involved structured interviews with 122 independent lawyers and 108 clients of which 93% had experience of private client legal matters. Some of the highlights from the report include: Just under half of the sample have seen some […]

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Legal market research – Perceptions and needs of consumers and small businesses

Posted on: April 24, 2016

I regularly facilitate a public training session for CLT on “Client care, service excellence and retention” http://www.clt.co.uk/course/Client-Care-Service-Excellence-and-Retention/. During the workshop we spend time considering various legal market research reports. I have blogged a lot about commercial client research and the needs of general counsel in the past (see the related links below). This blog supplements […]

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