Which law firms will come out on top in 2020?

Coming soon: TRD’s 2020 ranking of the top NYC law firms will launch in late November

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Nov.November 05, 2020 03:30 PM
Which law firms will come out on top in 2020?

“Anything out of the ordinary causes work for lawyers,” says Jay Neveloff, a partner at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel. 2020 has been anything but ordinary, with major shifts at political and social levels affecting nearly every industry.

So which law firms came out on top in 2020?

On November 18th, TRD will launch our annual ranking of the top NYC law firms. Last year, Fried Frank held the top spot in all of our categories. But have they held on, or will another prominent firm claw their way to the top? Or, with law firm leasing volume down by 45%, will newer names outrun the old standard bearers?

If this year has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. So get ready: TRD’s 2020 Law Firm Ranking will go live when our November issue drops.

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