In a year when demand in the legal industry surged, the Texas firms on the Am Law 200 performed well as a whole in 2021, as eight of nine homegrown Texas firms boosted their revenue, and the firms largely improved other key financial metrics.

That is an advancement from 2020, when results of the homegrown firms were decidedly mixed when compared to national averages for the Am Law 200.

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