In keeping with the second-straight year of headcount declines among NLJ 250 firms, the international offices of some of the nation’s top law firms took their share of the hit.

Many of the foreign offices at law firms with big international practices reported lower headcounts as firms tightened operations nearly everywhere. The results were part of this year’s NLJ 250, The National Law Journal‘s annual ranking of the nation’s 250 largest law firms.

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