12 Things You Didn't Know About the 2013 NLJ 350

The National Law Journal

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Law firms are big, hiring is low and many practices are pinched. But what other details has the NLJ 350, The National Law Journal's annual survey of the nation's largest law firms, uncovered? Take a look at some facts that might surprise (or amuse) you.

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  • Stuart TenHoor

    That was awesome! Fact filled and fun!

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