Updated 5:35 p.m.
Washington-based law firms showed a solid increase in gross revenues during 2011, according to the latest Am Law 100 survey, released Friday.
Nine D.C.-based firms landed on the list this year, with all showing modest revenue increases, with the exception of Hogan Lovells, which posted the same gross revenues as in 2010. Six Washington-based firms posted revenue increases greater than 5 percent, including Covington & Burling, growing by 5.1 percent to $611 million; Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, which grew by 7.4 percent to $342 million; Williams & Connolly, up by 5 percent to $317.5 million; Steptoe & Johnson LLP, which rose by 9.1 percent to $376.5 million; Venable, which grew by 5.3 percent to $355.5 million; and Arnold & Porter, which grew by 15.2 percent to $639.5 million, topping the list of D.C.-based firms in terms of gross revenue growth rate.
Crowell & Moring and Patton Boggs’ revenue each inched up .6 percent, Crowell to $329.5 million and Patton to $339.5 million.