White & Case has released its financial figures, which show staggering gains in the year ending December 31, 2017. The firm’s profit rose by 40%, reaching £126.6m. Its turnover
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Burness Paull has posted its ninth consecutive year of revenue growth in 2017/18. The Scottish firm’s revenue rose 7% to £57.6m and its profit increase 8% to £23.8m.
Stewarts has turned in a dramatic decrease in revenue and profit per equity partner (PEP), though the firm remains hopeful. After a double-digit revenue increase in 2016/17, the
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has bounced back from last year’s uninspiring financial results with a double-digit revenue increase. The firm’s revenue
Kennedys has posted skyrocketing turnover in the wake of its financial year full of mergers and office launches. The UK law firm’s revenue shot up 31% from £149.9m to £196m.
HFW had another strong showing in its 2017/18 financial reports, with growth in revenue, profit, and profit per equity partner (PEP). The UK top 50 firm posted an 8% rise in revenue to
South East law firm Stevens & Bolton has posted a seventh consecutive year of growth in its 2017/18 financial report. The Guildford-based firm’s turnover rose by 9% to £26.8m. Its profit per equity partner (PEP)
Burges Salmon has posted middling 2017/18 financial results, with revenue receiving a modest bump and profit per equity partner (PEP) dipping for the second year in a
Withers has slowed its revenue growth while just managing to continue it in the 2017/18 financial year. The firm’s turnover inched forward by 1% to £176.6m, while its profit per
Gowling WLG has continued its financial success in its second full financial year since legacies Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co and Gowlings tied up. The firm’s revenue saw a
DAC Beachcroft’s soaring 2017/18 financials boast a record high profit per equity partner (PEP) figure as well as a double-digit hike in turnover. The firm’s 11%
Gateley has yet again posted revenue and profitability increases. Gateley’s turnover saw an 11% uptick from £77.6m to £86.1m, asIn its third year since listing on the IPO,
Mishcon de Reya’s 2017/18 financials bring the good news of revenue surpassing the £160m mark for the very first time. In a year that saw an emphasis placed on
Mills & Reeve has posted a record increase in revenue in the 2017/18 financial year. The firm’s turnover brokeFollowing its 2017 merger with London boutique Maxwell Winward,