Many in the legal industry are eager to close the book on 2009. That isn’t surprising given that low demand for legal services and missed budget projections forced many firms to reassess partner pay packages, lay off attorneys and staffers, cut associate salaries, and delay start dates for law school graduates.

But there remains one final chapter to write before that book can officially be closed — and The Am Law Daily is in the process of writing that chapter with its posts on the financial performance of individual Am Law 100 and 200 firms in 2009.

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