Profits-per-partner is the golden metric that top law firms, or those aspiring to increase profits, place as their holy grail.
So it should come as little surprise that the top law firms in the US keep low partner concentrations in order to preserve that vital metric.
Law360s ranking of the top US law firms showed that only 16 of their firms had partners that made up fewer than 25 percent of their US-based lawyers and of those, a dozen had their head offices in New York.
One of the newer entrants to the list is Florida’s Deerfield Beach which had the lowest concentration of partners.
Read more at Law360 (regn. required)
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