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Fast Facts
  • Came into existence on 1 May 2010 through an unprecedented "merger of equals" by Hogan & Hartson and Lovells
  • Top 10 law firm by revenue
  • 2,300 lawyers worldwide
  • More than 40 offices around the world, including associated offices
  • Co-CEOs: Warren Gorrell and David Harris

Recent Awards and Rankings
  • Numerous firm offices and practices ranked No. 1 in their markets (Chambers USA, June 2010)
  • "Washington, D.C. Firm of the Year" (PLC Which Lawyer?, May 2010)
  • Honored by the Pro Bono Committee of the federal courts in the District of Columbia as a "40 at 50" firm — one of the Washington offices that achieved 40% of its lawyers performing 50 or more hours of pro bono work (April 2010)
  • "Best International Firm Silver Award" (Trophées du Droit, March 2010)
  • Top 500 UK brands (Superbrands, February 2010)
  • David Harris wins "Management Partner of the Year" (Legal Business Awards, February 2010)
  • "Global Elite" of competition law firms (Global Competition Review, January 2010)
  • "CSR Initiative of the Year" (British Legal Awards, December 2009)
  • First in Legal Week Intelligence’s sixth annual Client Satisfaction Report, a survey ranking the UK's largest law firms according to feedback from the UK's largest companies (November 2009)
  • Top 20 National Corporate Law Firm on "America’s Best Corporate Law Firms" List (Corporate Board Member/FTI Consulting, May 2009)
  • 2008 Best Law Firm for Women (Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers, August 2008)
  • Warren Gorrell named one of "The 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America" (The National Law Journal, June 2006)

What Others Say About Us
  • "It could be nothing less that the start of a paradigm shift in the structure of the international legal services industry." Asia Legal Business, December 2009
  • "The first major transatlantic merger of globally oriented equals." AmLaw Daily, October 2009
  • "A transformative union." Legal Week, October 2009