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Date: April 20, 2018

Foley & Mansfield Named to Law360 400

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Date: April 20, 2018
by foleyandmansfield

Foley & Mansfield Named to Law360 400

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In the recently released 2018 Law360 400 list of the largest law firms in the U.S, Foley & Mansfield ranked at #265. The Law360 400 features the largest U.S.-based law firms with a U.S. component, as measured by domestic attorney headcount. 

A national defense firm with a diverse practice of business and trial attorneys in 13 offices, Foley & Mansfield added 24 attorneys to its ranks in 2017, with an additional 16 joining the firm thus far in 2018. 

“Our firm continues to grow in the jurisdictions where we experience increased client demands,” says Foley & Mansfield founding partner Kyle Mansfield. “In keeping with a culture developed over our nearly 30 years of practice, associate and lateral hiring is key to providing enhanced support to our clients.  We will continue this approach as we expand into new areas, and grow existing offices,” he said.

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