The American Lawyer Previous Issues
In fiscal 2012, The Am Law 100—which has a new leader in gross revenue this year—posted modest gains on all our key metrics. Read the complete package.
In a shaky recovery, corporate lawyers played an even more crucial role than they did in boom times. Here are 14 who had a hand in 2012's most notable transactions.
Since the recession, firms have quietly increased paid-in partner capital levels in a quest to lessen their reliance on bank debt.
In demand ex-prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald chooses Skadden—but insists on a few conditions.
How a group of young women litigators made their names defending Baxter Pharmaceuticals against a breast implant mass tort.
Paul Clement and the tiny firm he joined in 2011 have already taken on gay marriage, immigration, health care, voting rights, and redistricting. What's next?