The 2021 NLJ 500 showed some significant changes in rankings for firms executing on strategic growth plans, or in one case, experiencing mass departures against the backdrop of pandemic-era conditions in 2020. Here are some of the law firms that saw significant leaps and falls in their placement.

Transformative Mergers: Holland & Knight

Mark Sloan, vice chair of the practice and operations committee at Holland & Knight. Courtesy photo

Miami-based Holland & Knight merged with Dallas-based Thompson & Knight, placing Texas-based Holland & Knight at No. 19 on the list, adding a net total of 235 last year.

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