More than 40 percent of Am Law 200 partners are in their 50s and 60s.
Find out which firms made the grade in our annual survey of the best of the well-rounded best in Big Law.
A few bold Am Law 200 firms are growing their own pot law practices.
Corporate Counsel’s 2015 GC Compensation Survey finds that for top in-house lawyers, paychecks are fatter, and equity has made a comeback.
A U.S. sting operation exposed rampant kidney trafficking in Israel. Now that country leads global anti-trafficking efforts.
An opinionated guide for prospective first-years.
Is Dubai hotter than Abu Dhabi? Herbert Smith Freehills, Latham and Baker Botts think so.
Both firms have recently faced subpoenas for documents related to high-profile clients.
The firms where top-earning partners outearn their lowest-paid partners by the biggest ratio—and the smallest.
In a pro bono case, a Cleary Gottlieb bankruptcy partner notches an unusual consumer fraud litigation victory.
Plaintiffs assert that the firm conspired with its client to settle suits instead of reporting defects.
A Q&A with Quinn Emanuel chair John Quinn on how his firm is overhauling its recruitment program.
The Australian firm gets a taste of the dark side of being a public company, including regulatory scrutiny, a stock drop and nasty comments from short sellers.
Introducing a new monthly crossword for your unbillable hours.
The overall scores in our yearly A-List survey keep rising. But even among A-Listers, there's room to improve.
Am Law 200 firms get the lion's share of oral argument, an analysis finds.
A new crop of airline apps aim to help you take control of your business travel experience.
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