Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) results were announced on Saturday.
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Weil, Gotshal & Manges has posted flat gross revenue and a slight rise in profits per partner for the year 2009. The results are somewhat disappointing considering the
Dundas and Wilson, one of Scotland's largest law firms, has posted a drop in annual profits of nearly £9m. Profit per equity partner fell from £385,000 in 2007-8 to £308,000 in the year to the end of April. Revenue
Clifford Chance saw its profits per equity partner (PEP) slide by 37%, plummeting from £1.156m to £733,000 in the 2008-09 financial year. Revenues were down 5 per cent from £1.33bn to £1.26bn. London and the
CMS Cameron McKenna has become the first major UK law firm to announce its 2008-09 results with the firm seeing profits down 15% along with a marginal increase in revenue. The firm’s profits per equity partner (PEP)
Latham & Watkins is expected to report a significant revenues fall next Monday by up to $400m in the 2008 financial year, according to several sources. This would bring Latham's turnover for the past financial year
White & Case and WilmerHale have increased global revenues in the 2008 financial year, despite difficult market conditions. White & Case has reported an increase in global revenues from $1.37bn in 2007 to $1.46bn in
Linklaters has unveiled its half-year results, posting an increase in turnover of 3% from £633m to £653m in the financial year to October. Linklaters's City rivals Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and
Denton Wilde Sapte has grown turnover by six per cent for the first six months of 2008-09.
City law firms look set to tough out the gloomy market with Lovells, Norton Rose, Trowers & Hamlins and CMS Cameron McKenna all expecting double-digit revenue growth for the first six months of the year. The rest of
Lovells has emerged as the stand-out performer as H1 financial results emerge, with the City firm posting a 15% increase on the same period last year. Income has jumped from £225m to £260m.
Of Britain’s leading law firms, only two, Lovells and CMS Cameron McKenna, are projecting double-digit revenue growth for the six months to October 31. Expensive senior partners at some firms have been stripped of
As investment banks continue to announce widespread redundancies, the largest global law firms are turning in double-digit revenue increases despite the credit crunch forcing a downturn in deal activity.
Allen & Overy's figures show a 15% rise in turnover to £1.016 billion. RollOnFriday has published a detailed list of law firms which have posted double digit increases in turnover for 2007/08 including Salans, Norton
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has become the latest City firm to announce its financial results, posting a 10% increase in turnover for the last 12 months.