Gross Revenue for the Second Hundred decreased in 2015 by an average of 3.2 percent, reversing a 2.1 percent increase in 2014. The Second Hundred’s fall in average gross revenue widens the gap between it and The Am Law 100, which showed a 2.7 percent increase in average gross revenue in 2015. While 17 Am Law 100 firms posted double-digit increases in gross revenue, just five Second Hundred firms did. Among Second Hundred firms, Dykema Gossett had the largest increase in gross revenue, 26.1 percent. Five Second Hundred firms had double-digit declines in gross revenue. Irell & Manella had the largest drop, 19.2 percent.

Just one firm dropped from The Am Law 100 to the Second Hundred this year: Bracewell. Meanwhile, seven firms move onto The Am Law 200. They are Archer & Greiner; Arnall Golden Gregory; Bond, Schoeneck & King; Nossaman; Rutan & Tucker; Sherman & Howard; and Sills Cummis & Gross. Gross revenue figures on this chart are rounded to the nearest $500,000. Firms that are tied are listed alphabetically. For more details, see our guide to methodology.