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Researching Judges, Law Firms, and Lawyers

A guide to the tools available to Northeastern University Law Students wishing to research judges, law firms, and lawyers.

General Process for Researching Law Firms

Generally, a law firm's website will provide extensive information on the firm's practice and personnel. Much more information is available from ALM Legal Compass, the most comprehensive source of information about law firms. ALM law firm profiles include financials, rankings, and client information.

‚ÄčConsiderable information about a law firm's litigation activity may be obtained from the litigation analytics tools provided by each of the major commercial research services.

Deal making "league tables" are available from Refinitiv Deals Intelligence and Bloomberg, but you must share your email to get access.