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GrayRobinson, P.A.

  • Designation: Orlando
  • Head Count: 286
  • Gross Revenues: $148,500,000
  • Revenue Per Lawyer: $520,000
  • Profits Per Partner: $455,000
  • Year Over Year Change: N/A

GrayRobinson, is an Orlando-based law firm.  According to the National Law Journal's 2016 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, GrayRobinson, has 286 attorneys and is the 149th largest firm in the United States.  With $148,500,000 in gross revenue in 2015, the firm placed 166th on The American Lawyer's 2016 Am Law 200 ranking.  The firm has offices in FL.

Firm Rankings

Survey Rank Year Over Year Change Description
Am Law 100 NR N/A Gross revenue
Am Law 200 166 7 Gross revenue
NLJ 250 153 1 Lawyer head count
The A-List NR N/A Overall excellence
Pro Bono Scorecard NR N/A Pro-bono commitment
Diversity Scorecard 141 -12 Minority head count
Midlevel Associates Survey NR N/A Job satisfaction
Summer Associates Survey NR N/A Summer programs

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