More lawyers are making megabucks than ever. In 2006, for the first time since The American Lawyer started measuring the financial performance of law firms 22 years ago, a majority of America's 100 top-grossing firms had profits per equity partner of $1 million or more. In fact, almost all indicators were on an upswing. How did law firms hit such levels? And what lessons lurk below the surface of the gleaming top-line numbers?
The Am Law 100: A Look Behind the Numbers
The American Lawyer
April 30, 2007