Welcome to Twenty Ten! We trust and hope our readers will enjoy a good new year! (We have to, as the latest Rasmussen poll states 72% of us believe 2010 will be better.)
Starting off this new year is our Top Ten of 2010 in various lawyer/legalprofessional-related categories – some fun, some data, all factual:
Vault’s Top 10 Law firms for 2010: Peer voted (beginning with the top rated firm in the nation):
- Cravath, Swaine & Moore
- Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
- Sullivan & Cromwell
- Davis Polk & Wardwell
- Weil, Gotshal & Manges
- Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
- Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
- Covington & Burling
- Kirkland & Ellis
Top 10 TV Lawyers: The listing is for the 2000 through 2010 seasons:
10. Bobby Donnell (The Practice, Dylan McDermott
9. Barry Zuckerkorn (Arrested Development), Henry Winkler
8. Michael Cutter (Law & Order), Linus Roache
7. Sarah “Mac” Mackenzie (JAG), Catherine Bell (below left)
6. Dennis “Denny” Crane (Boston Legal), William Shatner
5. Harvey Birdman (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), voiced by Gary Cole
4. Harmon “Harm” Rabb, Jr. (JAG)—David James Elliot
3. Ted Buckland (Scrubs), Sam Lloyd
2. Patty Hewes (Damages), Glenn Close
And #1, the man himself, Jack McCoy (Law & Order), Sam Waterston.
Other top 10 lists of interest:
Again, welcome back, <rolling up the arm sleeves>, it’s time to make Twenty Ten a powerful year.
Reminder: Add the 2010 copyright year on your publications, forms, contracts…!!
BNI Operatives: Street smart; Web savvy; 2010 geared.
As always, stay safe.
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