Nine law firms feature in The Times’ rankings of the top 100 graduate employers, released today.
None of the firms, which are all City-centric, make it into the top 30 employers, however. Allen & Overy leads the pack at position 34, down from 31 last year, when it was also the highest-ranked law firm in the list.
Hogan Lovells, which was at 100th place last year, is now ranked at number 68 and is the second most improved employer in the rankings. Baker & McKenzie is a new entry at 72 while Herbert Smith Freehills sits at number 78, down from 73.
Norton Rose Fulbright, which was a new entry at number 85 last year, has dropped out of the list entirely.