List of largest Chinese law firms

The source of this list is the 2011 Asian Legal Business ranking of Chinese law firms by total number of lawyers and partners. [1]

  1. Dacheng Law Offices, 2,027 lawyers and partners
  2. Yingke, 1,583 lawyers and partners
  3. King & Wood (now King & Wood Mallesons), 990 lawyers and partners
  4. DeHeng Law Offices, 798 lawyers and partners
  5. Grandall Law Firm, 712 lawyers and partners
  6. Longan, 656 lawyers and partners
  7. Zhong Lun, 621 lawyers and partners
  8. Zhongyin, 594 lawyers and partners
  9. AllBright, 564 lawyers and partners
  10. Zhonglun W&D, 440 lawyers and partners
  11. Guanghe, 409 lawyers and partners
  12. Jun He Law Offices, 399 lawyers and partners
  13. ZhongWen Law Firm, 300+ lawyers and partners[2]
  14. Tahota, 229 lawyers and partners
  15. JT&N, 217 lawyers and partners
  16. Fangda, 190 lawyers and partners
  17. Guantao, 190 lawyers and partners
  18. Tian Yuan, 187 lawyers and partners
  19. Deheng Law Firm, 182 lawyers and partners
  20. Hylands, 162 lawyers and partners

See also

References

  1. ^ China's 20 Largest Firms of 2011
  2. ^ http://www.zwlawyer.com/htmlpage/zhongwen/index.php?id=49&lid=2. 
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