In 2008, for the first time in 17 years, average revenue per lawyer and profits per equity partner declined at the AmLaw 100 firms, according to data published by "The American Lawyer.
What does RPL stand for?
RPL stands for Revenue per Lawyer (financial statistic)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of RPL
We have 339 other meanings of RPL in our Acronym Attic
- Reliance Power Ltd. (India)
- Relocatable Program Library (IBM CICS transaction server)
- Remote Program Load
- Repair Parts List
- Repair Party Leader
- Repetitive Flight Plan
- Replaced By
- Request Parameter List
- Requested Privilege Level
- Resident Programming Language
- Reverse Polish Logic
- Richmond Public Library
- Risk Priority Level
- Robot de Ponction Léger (French: Light Puncture Robot; magnetic resonance imaging)
- Rocket Propulsion Laboratory
- Rodent and Primate Laboratory
- Route Policy Language
- Route Position List (cables)
- Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks (Internet Engineering Task Force)
- Row Plateline
Samples in periodicals archive:
Average revenue per lawyer in 292 law firms surveyed was up 4.
Also in 2004, The American Lawyer named Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi to its "A-List," which is made up of the nation's top 20 firms based on revenue per lawyer, pro bono work, associate satisfaction, and diversity.
The American Lawyer noted that "Debevoise has hit upon the rarest of combinations: sterling revenue per lawyer and associate satisfaction scores, a strong showing on diversity, and, naturally, a near-perfect pro bono score.
NEW YORK -- Growth in revenue per lawyer last year at the nation's 100 highest-grossing firms (the Am Law 100) of just 1.
Preliminary financial reports indicate that the firm's 2005 revenues grew by 26 percent, profits per partner grew by 19 percent and revenue per lawyer grew more than 10 percent.
Profits per partner declined by less than 1 percent, while revenue per lawyer improved by only 1.
Besides pro bono, the formula that determines the A-List takes into account revenue per lawyer, associate satisfaction and diversity performance.