2008 NLJ BILLING SURVEY

A nationwide sampling of law firm billing rates

The National Law Journal


The National Law Journal asked the respondents to its 2008 survey of the nation's 250 largest law firms to provide a range of hourly billing rates for partners and associates. Firms that supplied this information — including some firms that are not in the NLJ 250 — are listed below in alphabetical order. We also asked firms to provide average and median billing rates, and several complied. The number after a firm's name indicates the total number of attorneys at the firm. The city listed after the name of a firm is the location of its principal or largest office.

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