While FisherBroyles saw a mass exit of partners early this year, the distributed law firm grew both its revenue and profits in 2023, drawing financial gains from increased billing rates, a strong M&A practice and more use of alternative fees.

Now, after the mass lateral exit in early 2024, Kevin Broyles, co-managing partner of the distributed firm, said the Atlanta-founded firm has plans to quickly regrow. In an interview, he charted a path of the firm’s strategy to bring in more profitable lawyers and reach a goal to add enough new partners to exceed the 2023 head count of almost 300 lawyers.