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The 2020 AM Law 200: A Split Performance [Non-CLE]


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: May 18, 2020
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Agenda

***This is a non-CLE seminar***

This informative seminar that will cover:
  • The key takeaways from the financial performance of the nation’s second hundred largest law firms
  • What segment of this market significantly overperformed market averages
  • How well positioned this group is to weather the current economic environment
  • What are these firms doing to manage through the current pandemic
  • Which firms are knocking at the Am Law 200’s door
  • How does the Second Hundred compare to The Am Law 100
  • What are we likely to see from this segment in 2020
Runtime: 1 hour, 2 minutes
Recorded: May 18th, 2020

Description

***This is a non-CLE seminar***

The AM Law Second Hundred, comprised of the second hundred largest law firms in the country, had a very interesting collective financial performance in 2019. In some ways, the firms exhibited similar strength to their AM Law 100 counterparts, but other pockets suffered in comparison.

Join our editors and analysts for a seminar analyzing the financial performance of the nation’s second-hundred largest law firms and what it all means for their ability to compete in a very different environment in 2020.

This program was recorded on May 18th, 2020.

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Panelists

James Willer

Senior Analyst, Legal Department, Litigation
ALM Intelligence

James is a senior analyst with ALM Legal Intelligence with particular interests in corporate legal departments, litigation trends, the UK legal industry and the business of law more generally.

Prior to joining ALM Intelligence, James was a Senior Research Analyst at The Lawyer magazine, a UK legal publication, where he was responsible for compiling and leading research reports on a variety of topics relating to both the UK and global legal market. In addition to this, as part of his role, James also worked extensively on developing and maintaining a number of legal market intelligence data tools. Before joining The Lawyer, James was a researcher at a criminal justice think tank where he undertook research reports on behalf of UK police forces.

James earned a Law LLB (with Honours) from the University of East Anglia in 2012, and obtained a Law LLM (with Distinction) from the University of Sussex in 2014.

Ben Seal

Executive Editor
The American Lawyer

Ben Seal is managing editor of The American Lawyer. He joined the magazine in February 2018, and previously spent five years working for The Legal Intelligencer, editing the paper's magazines and supplements and reporting on Pennsylvania's state courts, legislature and Attorney General's Office.

Patrick Fuller

Senior Director, ALM Intelligence
ALM Media, LLC

Patrick Fuller is the Vice President of Legal Intelligence at ALM Intelligence. He is an accomplished Executive with nearly 20 years of experience within the legal profession. Most recently, he’s served as the VP of Business Development for AI start-up Neota Logic, and previous to that was the Director Legal Analytics for Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions, working with legal departments to define, measure, and take action on key performance indicators for law departments and operations. Over his career, he’s had roles in business development, senior management, and consulting. He is a frequent author and lecturer who has logged more than 200 speaking and authorship credits within the legal profession over his career. Patrick is a Fellow in The College of Law Practice Management.

Gina Passarella

Editor-in-Chief, The American Lawyer & Global Legal Brands
ALM Media, LLC

Gina Passarella is Editor-in-Chief of The American Lawyer. She has covered the business of law for her entire career, first as a reporter and special projects editor with The Legal Intelligencer in Pennsylvania and then as senior editor for business of law in ALM's global newsroom. She took over as editor-in-chief of The American Lawyer in January 2017.


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