was the first year since 2007 in which  the legal press began consistently
publishing optimistic news about the legal market. Law school enrollments are
still shrinking. Large law firms continue to combine into mega-firms. Law firm
support roles and ratios continue to evolve. In 2014 legal publishers began to
deliver products which help transform big data into analytics which offer the
promise of a  competitive advantage if lawyers and information
professionals can ask the right questions.
The Most Popular Post on Dewey B Strategic was posted only 3 weeks
ago and it shot to the top of the list:
My personal favorite  was the most popular post until it was surpassed by the “Dumpster” post on December 11th. It is a comic nostalgia piece:
Here are the remaining 8 most popular Dewey B Strategic posts of
2014 in chronological order: