The law firms in the graphic below submitted data breach notifications to state authorities, reporting when the personal information of employees, clients or other personnel linked to them may have been exposed.

Also in This Series: How Vendor Data Breaches Are Putting Law Firms at Risk

The reports include law firms that may have experienced breaches directly or through third parties, including vendors. (Scroll past the graphic for more on the disclosures and our methodology.)

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