You have to be in it to win it. Just like getting a zero on an assignment makes snagging an “A” in the class unlikely, a zero score in any of the four A-List metrics makes landing on the A-List essentially impossible. Irell & Manella’s climb from 39th in A-List tabulations last year, with a total score of 871, to the 13th spot this year, with a score of 1,034, was largely based on its participation in our annual midlevel survey. The firm did not participate in the survey in 2012, so it received an associate satisfaction score of zero in calculations for the 2013 A-List. In 2013 the firm did participate in the survey, and even though it received a relatively low score of 126, that was enough to secure it a spot on the 2014 A-List.
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