Special Reports


Recognition of the Daily Report's 125th anniversary and the career accomplishments of 22 special lawyers and judges.


Search the database to find fascinating figures in the Atlanta firm financials.


The latest in banking and finance, from capital development to pension regulations and succession planning.


The votes are tallied. Lawyers have spoken. We unveil their favorite vendors, servicing law firms and Georgia’s legal community.


View the public compensation of hundreds of GCs from companies in 12 Southeastern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.


Welcome to the Daily Report's GC Yearbook, which highlights our coverage of the ever-evolving role of the general counsel in Georgia.


What are the richest law firms in the state? What were the biggest verdicts? What’s the phone number for the chambers of the judge handling your case? Georgia Legal Almanac gives you valuable information, taking you inside Georgia's legal community.


Search the Going Rate database to find billing rates for lawyers who have submitted federal court filings seeking for legal work.


Your guide to Georgia’s most unique venues for special corporate, firm and personal occasions.


Finally, More Pieces of Pie. More Atlanta associates were promoted to partner this year than in 2015, as legal work further picked up and firms prospered.


The Daily Report's annual pick of Georgia lawyers under 40 who should be on readers' radar.


Recognizing lawyers who help their clients solve problems within the rule of law.


Georgia's Top Verdicts & Settlements of 2016 lists the highest grossing cases in the state as reported by VerdictSearch, an affiliate publication of the Daily Report.


Corporate boards of directors increasingly are inviting women to join their ranks. But when that woman also is lawyer, the board may benefit not just from the diverse voice at the table, but also her professional expertise and wisdom. We look at what women lawyers bring to—and take back—from the corporate boardroom.