The 2024 Am Law 100

The Am Law 100 is the definitive ranking of the 100 largest law firms in the United States. Published each spring through the efforts of Law.com Compass and The American Lawyer editorial team, this report offers firm-by-firm data on key financial metrics and deep analysis of the cohort's performance and what it means for the rest of the market. Information includes an examination of revenue, profits, per-lawyer metrics, headcount growth and much more. The 2024 Am Law 100 explores the financial, market and management trends that led to many firms rebounding nicely from prior year declines brought on by economic and market conditions, softening demand and other challenges. While not a wholesale return to the historic highs of 2020 and 2021, fiscal 2023 brought collective growth in revenue, revenue per lawyer and profitability metrics. Meanwhile, equity partner ranks stayed the same size or even contracted, as nonequity partners (poised to outnumber their equity counterparts in the coming years) become more numerous. Below you will find our various rankings of The 2024 Am Law 100 along with several pieces of analysis of the market. The past three years of Am Law 100 reports can be found at the bottom of this page.

am law 100 Insights & Analysis

April 16, 2024

Super Rich List Expands With Familiar and New Faces

Justin Henry

It's the second-largest membership the Super Rich club has seen in its decade-long history.

April 16, 2024

Showcasing Resilience of the Industry, Am Law 100 Firms Turn in Strong 2023

Patrick Smith

After taking a couple of body blows in 2022 and not knowing how the legs would hold up, Big Law was just waiting to counter.

April 16, 2024

'Sign of Overall Health': The Am Law 100 Metric That Deserves More Attention

David Gialanella

"PPL, and especially year-over-year PPL growth, helps mitigate any biases in the numbers influenced by law firm size or geographic location."

April 16, 2024

Power Ranking the Am Law 100: Flash Points Ahead

Jae Um

Facing market volatility and AI disruption, winning firms reinvest for renewal and reinvention.

April 16, 2024

Ballooning Nonequity Partnerships Are Boosting Leverage, But Will They Raise Profits?

Dan Roe

For the first time, law firms added nearly as many nonequity partners as they did associates.

April 16, 2024

Big Law's Big Realization?

Andrew Maloney

Am Law 100 firms last year saw their lowest realization rates in five years: 80.93%, down from 82.2% in 2022 and 83.11% in 2021.

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