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Stevens & Lee, A Professional Corporation

  • Designation: Reading, Pa.
  • Head Count: 151
  • Gross Revenues: $108,500,000
  • Revenue Per Lawyer: $720,000
  • Profits Per Partner: $1,180,000
  • Year Over Year Change: N/A

Stevens & Lee, A Professional Corporation is a Reading-based law firm.  According to the National Law Journal's 2015 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, Stevens & Lee, A Professional Corporation has 151 attorneys and is the 257th largest firm in the United States.  With $108,500,000 in gross revenue in 2014, the firm placed 187th on The American Lawyer's 2015 Am Law 200 ranking.  The firm has offices in DE, NJ, NY, PA and SC.

Firm Rankings

Survey Rank Year Over Year Change Description
Am Law 100 NR N/A Gross revenue
Am Law 200 187 5 Gross revenue
NLJ 250 250 -13 Lawyer head count
The A-List NR N/A Overall excellence
Pro Bono Scorecard 172 -172 Pro-bono commitment
Diversity Scorecard 201 4 Minority head count
Midlevel Associates Survey NR N/A Job satisfaction
Summer Associates Survey NR N/A Summer programs

In the News

Inadmissible

: New Jersey Law Journal : April 15, 2016

Citing perhaps George Washington's "greatest piece of generalship," a nonprofit organization focused on preserving a state park with a key place in American history has asked a New Jersey federal court to issue an injunction preventing a research center from developing a Princeton construction site.

The Top Lateral Hires of 2015

Gina Passarella : The Legal Intelligencer : March 22, 2016

Lateral movement in 2015 showed there is strength in numbers, whether it be a group departure to another law firm, the formation of an entirely new firm or the combined effect a number of lateral defections has in causing the collapse of a firm.

People in the News—March 1, 2016—Montgomery McCracken

: The Legal Intelligencer : March 01, 2016

Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads partner David S. Blum is set to receive the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law Diversity Award on Wednesday.

Stevens & Lee Sued by Its Legal Malpractice Insurer

P.J. D'Annunzio : The Legal Intelligencer : February 29, 2016

Stevens & Lee's professional liability insurance carrier has sued the firm in federal court, alleging that firm failed to report information that would have hiked its insurance premiums.

The Legal's Top Lateral Hires of 2015

: The Legal Intelligencer : February 29, 2016

Each year, we at The Legal take a look back at all the lateral moves in Pennsylvania to determine the 10 most important lateral hires of the previous year.

Lawyer Who Assaulted Employee Is Disbarred

Gina Passarella : The Legal Intelligencer : February 23, 2016

Robert J. Kerns, the former Montgomery County Republican Party leader and lawyer who pleaded no contest in 2014 to indecent assault of a law firm employee, has been disbarred.

LeGrow Rules in Favor of Arbitration

Tom McParland : Delaware Business Court Insider : February 10, 2016

Master in Chancery Abigail M. LeGrow found that settled Delaware law and the terms of an arbitration provision supported her recommendation to send a dispute over executive bonuses before a third-party arbitrator.

Year of Mergers and Leadership Changes in Midsize Firm Market

Lizzy McLellan : The Legal Intelligencer : December 28, 2015

In what several firm leaders called a strong year, acquisitions and lateral hires meant head count growth and practice area expansion at a number of Pennsylvania midsize and small firms.

Top 10 Stories of 2015

: The Legal Intelligencer : December 18, 2015

The year saw plenty of big legal stories in Pennsylvania, but which ones were the hottest reads?

Approach by AG to Trial Strategy May Hinge on Political Calculus

Lizzy McLellan 
and Gina Passarella : The Legal Intelligencer : December 14, 2015

For Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who is facing both criminal charges and civil lawsuits, politics may play into her trial approach in both legal settings.

Chesco Attorney Suspended 5 Years for Lying, Neglect

Gina Passarella : The Legal Intelligencer : December 01, 2015

A Chester County attorney was suspended for five years after admitting to taking money from his firm, lying to a court that a client agreed to settle a lawsuit filed against her by Lamb McErlane, and neglecting clients after starting his own firm.

Blindsided by the SEC?

Susan Beck : The American Lawyer : November 30, 2015

The agency accuses an ex-Buchanan Ingersoll partner of helping two Chinese companies list on Nasdaq through fraudulent means. He says he was blindsided by the complaint.

FCC Doesn't Have Exclusive Oversight in Phone Traffic Cases

P.J. D'Annunzio : The Legal Intelligencer : November 30, 2015

A federal appeals court has ruled that state agencies, and not just the Federal Communications Commission, have jurisdiction in disputes over dial-up Internet traffic between phone carriers and Internet service providers.

Corporate Practices Strong in Growth Year for Pa. Firms

Lizzy McLellan : The Legal Intelligencer : November 24, 2015

It was a strong year for most large Pennsylvania firms, with revenue growth in 2014 nearly across the board and profits per equity partner showing positive change at most firms. The only declines in both revenue and PPP were modest.

Pa. Law Weekly - People in the News Nov. 10, 2015 - Employment Law Webinar

: The Legal Intelligencer : November 10, 2015

Patricia Collins, a partner with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, presented an employment law webinar for Clear Law Institute in October.

High Court Reverses Commonwealth Court on Union Activity

Max Mitchell : The Legal Intelligencer : November 03, 2015

The state Supreme Court has sent back to the Commonwealth Court a dispute over whether two county detention center employees were improperly fired for their involvement in a union, finding it overstepped its authority in the case.