I offer this list provided by the National Law Journal without any comment.
Except: Read the Law Journal’s article carefully to see how they made their determination.
Then, if you do check into these firms when you’re looking for a lawyer, enter each law firm’s web site and read it thoroughly − not for the promotional value (they do want to promote themselves), but primarily to find out if any of their lawyers take on the type of lawsuit you feel you have.
You do not want to contact a personal injury lawyer or firm for an employment law case. The bodies of law are too specific nowadays.
Or, to remind you of something a great lawyer I worked for once said, “If you have a bunion, you don’t want to go to a proctologist.”