China 40: the country's top firms by revenue per lawyer

Revenue per lawyer at Chinese firms is still dramatically lower than at their global counterparts

Revenue per lawyer (RPL) at Chinese firms is still dramatically lower than at their global counterparts. The 40 Chinese firms we ranked had an average RPL of $167,672 - just a fraction of the average RPL for the Global 100 ($813,150) or The Am Law 100 ($907,765). 

The small group of firms with higher RPL includes Han Kun ($390,000), Haiwen & Partners ($345,000) and Fangda Partners ($305,000), all of which have strong cross-border practices.

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