Nearly half of Am Law 100 Firms (49) reported a drop in revenue per lawyer last year. Cravath, Swaine & Moore showed the biggest decline, with an 18 percent decrease. Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz had the second-largest drop, down 13 percent over the year before. But despite the decrease, those firms held on to respective third and first place ranks for this metric.
Revenue Per Lawyer is calculated by dividing gross revenue by the number of lawyers. Figures on this chart are rounded to the nearest $5,000. Firms that tied are listed alphabetically. Firms marked with an asterisk have more than one partnership tier or have some partners who are predominantly on fixed-income status.
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|* Indicates the firm has more than one partnership tier. For a complete set of footnotes, see page 143.|