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May 20, 2024 | The American Lawyer

'Mission Critical': Big Law Firms Prioritize Right C-Suite Talent

Several C-suite roles were filled in the last few months amid high demand for the right talent in firms' business ranks.
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May 09, 2024 | National Law Journal

Beltway-Area Second Hundred Firms Held Steady in Latest Am Law 200 Rankings

Among the five D.C.-area Am Law 200 firms, two moved up in the rankings, two dropped and one held steady.
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May 07, 2024 | The American Lawyer

The 2024 Am Law 200: At a Glance

An alphabetized listing of the Am Law Second Hundred firms and their core financial and census data.
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May 07, 2024 | The American Lawyer

The 2024 Am Law 200: Ranked By Gross Revenue

Gross Revenue for the Second Hundred increased in 2023 by 5.9%, up from the 4.2% increase in 2022.
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April 24, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Power Rankings (Plus): Bionic Boutiques Are Already Uncoupling Dollars From Hours

Susman's dominant outperformance in 2023 is suggestive of broader and structural change arriving in the big leagues.
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April 11, 2024 | National Law Journal

Morgan Lewis, Hogan Lovells, Ropes, Wiley and Cohen Milstein Add DC Laterals

Hogan Lovells hired litigators Nadira Clarke, Lily Chinn and Anne Carpenter from Baker Botts, while Morgan Lewis added R. Latane Montague, previously a leader of Hogan Lovells' transportation practice.
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March 12, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Anticipating Transactional Rebound, Am Law 50 Steps Up Partner Hiring in Early 2024

"It shows optimism about what's to come," Macrae partner Jon Truster said. "I don't believe that the hiring is reflective of deal activity. I think it's law firms being more opportunistic that their corporate departments will become busier."
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March 11, 2024 | National Law Journal

Weil Hires SEC Veteran, Amid String of DC Partner Moves in Big Law

Christopher Mulligan was at the agency for more than a decade, while Sidley Austin and Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck have brought on board new litigators.
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March 06, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Why 'Growth for Growth's Sake' May Actually Help Law Firms

"The movement over the past month has [confirmed that] we're going to continue seeing some of the largest, highest-profit firms have this tremendous recruiting advantage," noted law firm consultant Kristin Stark.
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January 29, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Debevoise Lands New National Security Practice Co-Head as Firm Eyes M&A Uptick

Richard Sofield, a former senior DOJ attorney arriving from Vinson & Elkins, looks to help Debevoise in CFIUS matters, as national security issues bubble up in deal work.
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