The Am Law 100 posted solid gains in gross revenue and profits in 2016, but the revenue per lawyer figure dropped on stronger growth in head count. Analysts are split on whether this change means firms are gearing up for an expected increase in demand or are setting themselves up for an overcapacity problem. The results show continuing stratification among the top and bottom of the list as well as more volatility, with more firms seeing key financial metrics dip one year and rise another. This year the list saw three new entrants and some changes at the top: For the first time in years, no global verein occupies the first or second spot.
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