A Honigman Miller partner takes a lead role in a nonprofit's innovative drive to clear Detroit's abandoned lots.
Librarians have gotten accustomed to squeezing more out of their budgets, according to our 12th annual Law Librarian Survey.
Changes in the law firm business model will affect pro bono. That might not be a bad thing.
For the third year in a row, Munger, Tolles & Olson, Paul Hastings, and Hughes Hubbard & Reed occupy the top three spots on the A-List—although not in the same order.
As postrevolutionary governments form across the Arab world, Am Law 200 lawyers offer pro bono guidance to emerging regimes.
Thirty-four Am Law 200 firms declined to participate in our pro bono survey this year, including some of The Am Law 100's largest firms by head count, as well as some of its most profitable.
Most of this year's A-List firms are familiar faces, including first-place finisher Hughes Hubbard, while Akin Gump makes its debut.
In the 10 years since the first A-List, only four firms have returned every year.
In the decade since we launched the Arbitration Scorecard, the cases have gotten larger and the world has gotten smaller.