The Am Law 200 2009

The American Lawyer

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Although Second Hundred firms showed drops in major financial indices in 2008, the declines were not as steep as at Am Law 100 firms. Our special report includes analysis of the results, a look at the changing face of Washington practices, examination of a scandal that shook New Orleans’s Adams and Reese, and findings from our first Women in Law Firms study. Also, we present our charts on the Second Hundred, ranked by major financial metrics.

 

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