The Global 100 continues its cautious post-recession recovery. Gross revenue was up 4.3 percent and profits per equity partner were up 5.4 percent among global firms, though revenue per lawyer was flat. It’s still a challenging environment, and firms continue to look abroad for growth.

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A Year of Slow But Solid Growth for Global 100 Firms
By Chris Johnson
A surge in dealmaking boosted the top and bottom lines for much of the Global 100. Still, recovery is slow, and firms are looking to grow by expanding abroad.

By Michael D. Goldhaber
Our first survey of pro bono efforts among non-U.S. global firms shows impressive efforts—and much room to improve.

The Global Legal Awards
By Chris Johnson and Michael Goldhaber
We recognize the most important cross-border work of the year in four categories: citizenship, disputes, finance and mergers and acquisitions.
A look at how top markets, head count and other measures have changed between 1998 and today.