Clark Hill PLC Ranked Number One in Growth by Percentage of Lawyers in 2013
– Clark Hill PLC was ranked the number one law firm to have grown by percentage of lawyers in 2013, by the 2014 National Law Journal (NLJ) 350 survey, the publication’s annual ranking of U.S. law firms by number of attorneys.
The survey reports that Clark Hill PLC grew from 210 attorneys in 2012, to 284 in 2013, reflecting an additional 74 attorneys to join the firm or a 35.2% increase by percentage of lawyers. The number one ranked firm to have grown by number of lawyers is K&L; Gates, gaining an additional 255 attorneys in 2013.
Overall, the survey shows that the nation’s 350 largest firms grew by 3.9 percent in 2013.
You can read the full 2014 NLJ 350 report
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