The Am Law 200 2010 - Gross Revenue Takes a Fall
For the first time since we began collecting financial data on the Second Hundred in 1999, total gross revenue was down. But the percentage drop is smaller than the decrease of the Am Law 100. Revenue for the Second Hundred dropped 1 percent in 2009, to $170.8 million from $172.5 million. Average gross revenue for Am Law 100 firms was down 3.4 percent, from $671 million to $648 million.
Gross revenue figures on this chart are rounded to the nearest $500,000. Some firms provide fractional full-time-equivalent lawyer numbers, which are rounded to the nearest whole number. Equity partner numbers on this chart are also rounded to the nearest whole number.
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2Bradley Arant Rose & White merged with Boult, Cummings, Conners & Berry in January 2009 to form Bradley Arant Boult Cummings. Because of the merger, there is no year-over-year comparison for the firm.
3Frost Brown Todd merged with Locke Reynolds in January 2009. Because of the merger, there is no year-over-year comparison for the firm.