At the end of the day this business is about relationships. The more relationships the better. The bigger the better. No matter what your size or scope—you can’t have too many relationships. The secret sauce behind the best relationships combines the best client service with the best business development skills. You need the business development skills to ensure you get all the business superior client service can offer.
Ultimately, you become the top provider and your clients recommend you in their peer-to-peer discussions. This is Clientopia®—where you have the strongest relationships you can have—which turn into the monster relationships law firms crave.
After in-depth probing with more than 320 clients, we found 24 law firms stand out as having the most Clientopia relationships. The BTI Clientopia 24 enjoy the strongest foundations on which to profitably grow. Please join us in congratulating these firms:
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
Kirkland & Ellis
Alston & Bird
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Faegre Baker Daniels
Latham & Watkins
Norton Rose Fulbright
McDermott Will & Emery
Crowell & Moring
Fish & Richardson
Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary
The BTI Clientopia 24 have more of the strongest relationships than any other firms. But they are not alone. Clients identify 134 of the 650 law firms competing for business at large companies as having Clientopia relationships. Of the 134 firms, 35 are right behind the BTI Clientopia 24 and honing their skills to build more relationships—these are the Clientopia Standouts. Another 75 law firms are Clientopia Leaders with strong relationships, but who aspire to build more.
You can learn exactly where your firm stands overall and in each of 16 industries in our brand new report BTI Power Rankings 2016: The Law Firms with the Best Client Relationships. Use the analysis and insight in this report to develop more Clientopia relationships faster and enjoy all the benefits of stronger relationships as the market becomes more uncertain. Learn more.