The nation’s largest 250 law firms grew by 4 percent in 2006, a figure that was just shy of last year’s gains but still reflected a sound legal economy.

The results of the 2006 NLJ 250, The National Law Journal‘s 29th annual survey of the nation’s largest law firms, revealed that 121,423 attorneys worked at those firms this year, some 4,752 more attorneys than last year.

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