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According to the latest Thomson Reuters 2017 U.S. State of Small Law Firms report, nearly three-quarters of law firms compete with firms of a similar size, and roughly half said they’re competing with significantly larger firms as well. Then there’s the extra challenge for solo attorneys: Nearly 28 percent viewed DIY providers as competition, as compared to only 3 percent of firms with 11 to 29 attorneys.
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