Progress is progress. And after the tough news from many firms showing decreases in the 2021 version of Chicago Lawyer’s Largest Law Firms survey, seeing slightly more than half of the top-30 firms report increases or hold serve in their attorney count is something to appreciate.
“We came together and said ‘OK, it’s time to put all our eggs in this basket.’”
Forget everything you thought of the traditional “$/sq. ft.” model ... at least when it comes to a data center real estate deal.
Mirroring a societal shift back to pre-pandemic societal normalcy, law firms are starting to think about getting out and on the move.
Will they or won’t they? That is the question when it comes to American Axle v. Neapco, which may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. The nation’s high court has expressed interest in hearing the controversial case, soliciting recommendations from the Solicitor General.
According to the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission’s Annual Report, the majority of Illinois attorneys practice solo or in small firms with 10 or fewer attorneys. Many small firms focus on one area of the law.
This is the 12th anniversary of our column. As we looked back over past entries, we decided to address previous questions again in light of today’s world.
Salute! Women in Law - June 2021Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the June 2021 Salute! Women in Law special section.
40 Under Forty 2020Congratulations to this year's 40 Under Forty class of attorneys.