NLJ 250 shows growth spurt for law firms - Baker & McKenzie knocked out of the top spot
The results of the 2007 NLJ 250, The National Law Journal's 30th annual survey of the nation's largest law firms, show that a total of 128,213 attorneys worked at those firms this year, compared with last year's attorney census of 121,423. The 5.6 percent increase in 2007 represents the largest growth among NLJ 250 firms since 2001. Baker & McKenzie was knocked out of the top spot for the first time since 1978, the inaugural year of the survey. DLA Piper, with 3,623 attorneys, won highest ranking this year.
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