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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

8th top law firm

Jones Day



Jones Day is an international law firm founded in Cleveland, Ohio on March 1, 1893, by Judge Edwin J. Blandin and William Lowe Rice. Jones Day is the eighth largest law firm in the world by revenue, and the fourth highest grossing firm in the US. It is currently the second largest law firm in the United States, with approximately 2,500 lawyers and gross annual revenue in excess of US $1.4 billion. The current managing partner, Stephen J. Brogan, is based in the firm'sWashington, D.C. office.

29 comments:

  1. OK, this is a firm I can say I'm pretty sure I've heard of, given that I went to college just outside of D.C., I think they were at a couple of job fairs. I wonder why its called Jones Day though? Neither of the founders are named Jones or Day...

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  2. interesting didn't know such day existed

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  3. Ok, they have 900 more lawyers than the previous company, more lawyers/bigger revenue.

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  4. I wouldn't mind getting a cut of $1.4 billion a year lol

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  5. I've heard of this one before.

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  6. never heard of them before!

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  7. They sound professional!

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  8. their revenue sounds good

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  9. It rings a distant bell but i'm not sure I've seen it before

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  10. The logo reminds me of Samuel Adams beer.

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  11. Nothing good ever came out of Cleveland.

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  12. Never heard of them, but Jones Day know their game!

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  13. Those are some snazzy numbers.

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  14. only 2500 lawyers and 1.4 billion? hnnng

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  15. That kind of money makes my head hurt.

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  16. one of the best law firm names ever. :)

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  17. These guys are bigtime! ;D

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  18. theres something sinister about law firms.
    however these guys are huge; seriously on some next level shit

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  19. what is this? samuel adams beer?

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