As the New York Law Journal transitions to a new publication date for the annual NYLJ 100, it has a clearer picture of the growth, or lack thereof, in the 100 largest private law offices in New York for the 2010 calendar year. Last December’s NYLJ 100 reported the projected full-time equivalent average for 2010, whereas this issue reports the actual numbers.

The NYLJ 100 chart shows the total head count of attorneys in NYLJ 100 offices dropped to 21,079 from 21,490, the number projected in the Dec. 6, 2010 issue, when firms were asked to forecast the average number of full-time equivalent attorneys for 2010. Though the firms have about 400 fewer attorneys, only a handful saw significant changes to their ranking among their peers.

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