For the Am Law 100 as a whole, average revenue per lawyer, the metric that we’ve long regarded as the most reliable measure of a firm’s financial health, increased by 3%, lower than the 4.2% increase at Am Law 100 firms last year. In 2019, 82 firms posted a gain in RPL, compared with 83 in 2018.

Baker & Hostetler posted 2019’s largest growth in RPL, with a 16.1% gain. Kramer Levin had the largest drop, 5%.

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