Virtual law firm FisherBroyles is reporting $113 million in gross revenue from 2020, which likely makes it the first “distributed” firm to crack the nine-digit earnings threshold.

Firm leaders are hopeful that the 14% increase from 2019 puts the firm in the range of revenue of the Am Law 200 ranking, delivering a new level of validation for the firm’s model, which eschews brick-and-mortar offices. For the 2019 fiscal year, the lowest-grossing firm in the Am Law 200 brought in just over $101 million.

James Fisher. Courtesy photo James Fisher. Courtesy photo

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