The Am Law 100, the Early Numbers: Down Year Could Push Chadbourne Into Second Hundred

, The Am Law Daily


Chadbourne & Parke, a charter member of The Am Law 100, is in danger of falling off the list of the nation's 100 top-grossing law firms after seeing its gross revenue decline 5.1 percent last year, to $290.5 million, according to The American Lawyer's reporting. The firm's net income, meanwhile, tumbled 14.4 percent, to $89 million, and its profits per partner slid 6.1 percent, to $1.24 million. Revenue per lawyer, on the other hand, rose 3.3 percent, to $780,000.

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