(Credit: Greg Mably)
For years the Am Law 200 results have shown a deepening chasm between the most elite firms and the rest, and 2016 was no different. But this spread is posing a particular challenge for the firms that rank just below the largest and richest firms. The Am Law 51-100 is at a crossroads. In a legal services climate where standing out from the pack is the key to success, this varied group of firms share some common elements that make differentiation difficult to achieve.
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