Litigation Boutiques Hot List

The National Law Journal

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At the 10 law firms spotlighted here, it's all about skill, not size. The lawyers at these litigation shops, all of which have fewer than 51 attorneys, are as clever at practicing on paper as they are at wooing a jury. Many of these lawyers have honed their craft at the biggest and best firms in the nation and have opted, once they've gained crucial work experience, for a small-firm career. We've highlighted the special strategies and creative approaches they used in 2013 to help set precedent, right wrongs and save the day for the client.

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