2011 Regional Law Rankings

I worked with several colleagues at recently to help come up with this press release:

Here is a short teaser:



New York, NY, (August 5, 2010), the source of ratings, rankings and insight for law students and lawyers, has released its annual Regional Law Firm Rankings.  After consistently moving up in the rankings, Vinson & Elkins has taken the No. 1 spot in Texas and is considered one of the most “highly respected” firms in the region, according to associates.

Vault’s influential rankings, considered the “bible” for law students, associates, partners and law firm recruiters, provide a detailed perspective on the criteria considered by candidates when evaluating law firms.  From January through April, more than 15,000 law associates from Texas, New York, Boston, Miami, California, Chicago, and DC rated law firms in their region on a scale of 1 to 10 (associates were not allowed to rate their own firms, and were asked to only rate firms with which they were familiar).

View the entire press release by Dowloading the Word Document here.

View the entire 2011 Vault Regional Law Firm Rankings.

About Vault

Vault is the source for employer and university rankings, ratings and insight for highly credentialed, in-demand candidates.  Vault’s editorial mission is to provide the research required by candidates to evaluate professions, industries, educational pathways, and top companies.  Vault ratings and rankings inform candidates’ analysis of companies and allow direct comparison between potential employers in such high value industries as law, banking, consulting and accounting.  Vault’s customers include Fortune 1000 advertisers and recruiters, the country’s top universities and graduate schools—and 8 million consumers worldwide.


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