The Super Rich is the Am Law 100′s most exclusive club. The entry requirements are formidably steep with firms having to demonstrate market-leading financial performance. This year, they’ve become even steeper.

Since the classification was first introduced in 2014, the membership criteria have remained the same. To get beyond the velvet rope, a firm has needed an average revenue per lawyer (RPL) of at least $1 million and average profit per equity partner (PPP) of at least $2 million. No mean feat. At least, it never used to be.

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