2006 A-List


One of seven firms to enter the 2006 A-List, Hogan & Hartson made the cut by doing well on the measures that The American Lawyer uses to figure its rankings: revenue per lawyer, pro bono, diversity and associate satisfaction. Though the firm hit some bumps involving midlevels, competition and the challenge of getting top-tier laterals in New York, it held its own in other areas. Whether Hogan becomes a permanent resident of The A-List may depend on its ability to keep its pro bono strength.

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