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Clients Name the Long Term Law Firm Survivors

By March 28, 2017April 16th, 2020No Comments

The pace ebbs and flows, but every client knows the legal industry is steadily consolidating. Clients want to work with the survivors. Every time top legal decision makers hire a law firm for a matter with a potential to last for years, they think about whether the firm will be merged or changed in some way. Clients don’t want the distraction. BTI research reveals a surge in the number of firms clients see as the long-term survivors. Dentons and Latham & Watkins are newcomers to the firms clients see as the Best of the Best of the Long-Term Survivors, and join the firms repeating as Best of the Best Survivors from last year.

Please join us in congratulating the below long-term leaders. And congratulate the 12 firms who clients name as the Leaders of the Surviving Law Firms over the long term.

The Best in Class Future Leaders named in the just-released BTI Brand Elite 2017 are:

Best of the Best

Baker McKenzie
DLA Piper
Jones Day
Latham & Watkins


Cravath, Swaine & Moore
Davis Polk
Gibson Dunn
Hogan Lovells
K&L Gates
Kirkland & Ellis
Norton Rose Fulbright
Reed Smith
Sullivan & Cromwell
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
White & Case

Learn more about the future market leaders—and how your firm can join them— in the new BTI Brand Elite 2017: Client Perceptions of the Best-Branded Law Firms, available now.


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