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Bill Henderson

Ah, the subtle issues of data parsing. I analyzed this data based on location of headquarters/largest office. Based on this analysis, 49+% of the reductions in headcount came from firms Headquartered in New York City, even those New York City-based firms only account for 24% of the NLJ 250.

I will do a subsequent analysis that looks at actual NLJ 250 headcount losses by metropolitan area (unfortunately, we loss breakdowns by partner and lawyer when we use branch office level data). But I can pretty much guarantee that the results will be similar to the above analysis.

asf

why do you have -49.2% for NY? that's impossible.

China Law

Not sure I would go so far as to say the "boutiques are booming." I think that just appears to be the case, relatively speaking.....

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