Our ranking recognizes the most elite law firms in America, as measured by their financial strength, pro bono commitment, diversity, associate satisfaction—and now a new factor, the percentage of women in the equity partnership.
Our 14th annual awards honor lawyers whose remarkable careers have shaped the legal profession.
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In recent months, the Midwest has seen a spurt of law firm combinations. Smaller firms are joining forces.
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