AALRR Jumps 27 Spots on Law360’s Annual Ranking of the 400 Largest Firms in the Country


On May 13, Law360 ranked Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (“AALRR”) number 213 of the nation’s 400 largest firms. Aptly named the Law360 400, this prestigious list has been published every year since 2014—and AALRR has continued to climb up the ranks since then. In its inaugural year, the Law360 400 ranked AALRR as 295th largest law firm in the nation. The firm is continuing its growth trajectory this year.

At the time of ranking, AALRR had 193 attorneys—but with continued growth, currently has 197 attorneys. “AALRR prides itself on having a deep bench of attorneys of all levels who can provide a full suite of legal services and expertise to each and every client,” comments Managing Partner Mark Palin. “We are on track to grow to over 200 attorneys this year—and as we move into this new era of growth, each lawyer that joins our team adds to the incredible depth of talent for which our firm has come to be known and recognized.”

About Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo
With 40 years of unwavering commitment to client service, AALRR is one of California’s leading law firms. Our diverse team brings a seasoned perspective to California’s complex legal landscape for public and private entities, with particular strength in the areas of educationlabor and employmentconstructioncomplex litigationcorporate, taxation, and white collar law. Our public sector clients include more than 400 K-12 school districts, community college districts and universities, as well as cities, counties and special districts. We also represent diverse business entities, from small, family-run businesses to publicly traded corporations. At 185 lawyers and growing, AALRR has nine offices in CerritosFresnoIrvineMarinPasadena, PleasantonRiversideSacramento and San Diego to serve our clients throughout California. For more information about AALRR, visit our website at www.aalrr.com and sign up for our blogs, EdLawConnect, CA Public Pensions Law, Business Law JournalLabor & Employment Law, and Labor Relations Law.


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