Is Big Law the realm of guys alone? Some statistics would suggest so. Our investigation includes firm-by-firm data of women equity partners plus a look at innovative firms that are diversifying their ranks in novel ways.
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While they didn't match the growth of The Am Law 100, Second Hundred firms—those ranked 101 to 200 on The American Lawyer's list of the nation's top grossing firms—chalked up gains in a tough environment in 2014. Overall, gross revenue was up 2.1 percent, revenue per lawyer climbed by 3.25 percent, and profits per equity partner improved 5 percent.