While they didn’t match the growth of The Am Law 100, Second Hundred firms—those ranked 101 to 200 on The American Lawyer’s list of the nation’s top grossing firms—chalked up gains in a tough environment in 2014. Typically, Second Hundred firms tend to be elite specialists, smaller firms in major markets or big regional players. Overall, gross revenue was up 2.1 percent, revenue per lawyer climbed by 3.25 percent, and profits per equity partner improved 5 percent. We tell the tales of seven firms among this group that had remarkable years, and offer comprehensive data for each firm in The Am Law 200.

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The group showed improvement, but its results lagged behind The Am Law 100′s.

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