After dropping off the top spot last year, Jenner & Block ranked first among Big Law firms in 2016 for U.S. pro bono commitment, while Dechert again beat other firms for its international pro bono efforts, The American Lawyer’s latest Pro Bono Survey shows.

The top 10 spots in the U.S. pro bono rankings contain many returning names. Hughes Hubbard & Reed came in second place after leading the pack last year. Irell & Manella and Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler stayed in the top five. But Dechert, Shearman & Sterling and Debevoise & Plimpton upped their game enough to make the top 10, and Robins Kaplan and Arnold & Porter fell out of the top five to 16th and 12th, respectively.

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