550 Lawyers

Heller by the Numbers


Ted Kim talks about why he and former Heller associate
Erin Gordon started their own firm. Photo by Melissa Barnes

FIRM NAME—partners (p); of counsel (oc); and associates (a)


Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe 30p; 4oc; 23a
Covington & Burling 14p; 6oc; 29a
Cooley Godward Kronish 15p; 2oc; 24a
Jones Day 20p; 1oc; 14a
Davis Wright Tremaine 16p; 3oc; 6a
Hogan & Hartson 9p; 2oc; 13a
Goodwin Procter 8p; 1oc; 8a
DLA Piper 7p; 1oc; 6a
Perkins Coie 4p; 10a
Winston & Strawn 8p; 2oc; 4a
Foley & Lardner 6p; 1oc; 6a
Arnold & Porter 6p; 5a
Proskauer Rose 5p; 6a
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton 6p; 2oc; 2a
Sidley Austin 8p
Bingham McCutchen 2p; 1oc; 3a
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher 3p; 1oc; 2a
Stoel Rives 3p; 2oc; 1a
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr 1p; 1oc; 3a
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati 3p; 2a
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker 1p; 3a
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman 2p; 1oc; 1a
Schiff Hardin 2p; 1oc; 1a
Baker & McKenzie 1p; 1a
Dechert 2p
Hixson Nagatani (new firm) 1p; 1a
Kim Law Advisors (new firm) 1p; 1a
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps 2p
Brown Rudnick 1p
Crowell & Moring 1p
Dotten ADR (new firm) 1p
Eversheds 1p
Lovitt & Hannan 1p
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy 1p
Montgomery & Hansen 1p
Nixon Peabody 1p
Patton Boggs 1p

TOTAL 402195p; 32oc; 175a


Unaccounted for:

148 Partners and associates

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