The Lawyer European 100 2014

The Lawyer European 100 is the only report of its kind which ranks the top 100 independent firms on the continent by revenue. For any firm seeking to benchmark themselves against their competitors, identify Europe’s major players or looking to expand their business in the region, The Lawyer European 100 is indispensable market intelligence.

Buy your copy of the report now to access:

1. Revenue, turnover and headcount data on the top 100 European firms

2. In-depth profiles on the top 50 firms, plus their performance and future strategies

3. Five year trends on key jurisdictions including Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Spain, plus on each individual firm within the European 100 ranking

4. NEW for 2014 – Headcount rankings of international firms in Europe

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