The American Lawyer’s annual Law Firm Leaders survey, which collected responses from 113 of the top 200 US law firms, reports that 75 per cent of of the respondent managing partners and chairs described themselves as
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American Lawyer has released its new rankings, with some interesting results. The top 100 firms worldwide showed an average 5.3 per cent increase in gross revenue and an average headcount increase of 3.3 per cent.
The top 100 US firms by revenue seem to have recovered after a disastrous 2009, posting strong results in 2010: a 4 per cent increase in gross revenue, a 4.4 per cent rise in revenue per lawyer, and an 8.4 per cent jump
Lateral partner moves in the US reached an all-time high in 2009, according to The American Lawyer’s annual Lateral Report. In the 12 months ending Sept. 30, 2,775 partners left or joined the biggest firms in the
Leaders of American’s top 200 law firms are more optimistic than they were a year ago. But associates may not be sharing that enthusiasm. An American Lawyer survey of law firm leaders found that 40 percent of the
The American Lawyer has published a layoff list for the "Am Law 200" US law firms. Since January 2008, more than 3,000 attorney jobs have been cut, 2.75 percent of the 111,377 lawyer positions at Am Law 200 law