As legal industry leaders grow increasingly cognizant of the business—not only the practice—of law, more law firms and branch offices in New Jersey are growing revenue than are growing attorney head counts, the Law Journal’s annual Top 40 project has found for the second straight year.

That means gains in gross revenue are generally more owing to improved generation on a per-lawyer basis than growth in sheer firm size, according to the list, which is ordered by fiscal 2018 gross revenue derived from New Jersey offices. (See the editor’s note below for more information, including methodology).

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