Law firms see increase in labor and employment work

Practice area remains strong despite decrease in overall demand for legal services

New data from the Hildebrandt Institute, a division of Thomson Reuters that provides law firm research and programming, shows that law firms are seeing an uptick in demand for labor and employment work.

According to Hildebrandt’s Peer Monitor Index, which the company released on Friday, labor and employment work increased in demand by 4.2 percent during the second quarter of 2012. Meanwhile, there was a 0.2 percent decrease in overall demand for legal services.

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