Chambers Global 2013 — DLA Piper full ranking summary
This is a summary of all of the Firm’s rankings and editorial commentary in Chambers Global 2013. Rankings are based on research carried out in fall/ winter 2011/ 2012 for the US and UK sections and spring 2012 for all other sections. Chambers Global does not cover all practice areas in all jurisdictions.
In Summary the firm’s results are:
- A 36 percent increase in the number of leading individuals ranked around the Firm. This has increased from 246 leading individual mentions last year to 338 in the latest edition.
- A 10 percent growth in the number of practices ranked this year. This has increased from 156 ranked practices last year, to 170 in the latest edition.
- From the 2011 edition to the latest 2013 edition’s release, we have seen a 25 percent increase in practice rankings and an 70 percent increase in leading individual rankings…
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