The total revenue for the 100 largest US law firms was $77.4 billion last year - a record figure that was 5 per cent higher than the previous year. The figures were reported by American Lawyer magazine, which points
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There’s good news out there for large law firms, and poor news for small law firms, according to the Survey of Law Firm Economics by the National Law Journal and ALM Legal Intelligence. The Survey found that revenue
American Lawyer has released its new rankings, with some interesting results. The top 100 firms worldwide showed an average 5.3 per cent increase in gross revenue and an average headcount increase of 3.3 per cent.
The Am Law Daily has released figures that give a snapshot of the legal services industry over the past year. The top 100 firms saw single digit growth in gross revenue, revenue per lawyer and profits per partner. For
Fee income is growing in the UK, with the firms ranked 26-50 seeing the biggest income growth, at around 10 per cent. The figures come from a quarterly survey by Deloitte, which covers the third quarter of 2011/12.
Paul Hastings has posted a 2 per cent drop in revenue from the previous year’s figures, taking $884 million, down from $902 million in 2010. Revenue per lawyer was up, reaching $1.003 million, while average profit
US firm Edwards Wildman Palmer has posted an 18 per cent increase in revenue, from $297.9 million to $352.7 million in its first post-merger financial results. The integration process seems not to have had an adverse
The top 100 US firms by revenue seem to have recovered after a disastrous 2009, posting strong results in 2010: a 4 per cent increase in gross revenue, a 4.4 per cent rise in revenue per lawyer, and an 8.4 per cent jump