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Survey & Rankings
September 21, 2021
Where a firm practices—and where it doesn't—played a key role in determining its relative success as each region experienced its own response to the pandemic.
From Kirkland & Ellis to Moore & Van Allen, these are the world's 200 largest firms.
Since leaving the station, Dentons’ ambitious Golden Spike expansion project has contributed to numerous departures and raised questions about the firm's strategy.
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz leads the way in a ranking dominated by U.S. firms.
Some of the country's elite firms are beginning to question what they want to be.
In the past five years, White & Case achieved an aggressive set of financial goals, but its rapid ascent has caused some growing pains.
The challenges posed by the pandemic were short-lived in Asia, as a confluence of factors helped firms outpace many of their Global 200 competitors.
The top two spots and six of the top 10 belong to firms with a majority of their lawyers in China.
Europe's top firms know they’re outsized by many of their international peers, but that isn’t slowing them down.
Head count at the 50 largest firms in Asia-Pacific grew by 13.5% in 2020.
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