Australian class action firm Slater & Gordon, the world’s first publicly traded law firm, has announced fiscal year 2010 revenue of A$124.7 million ($111 million) — a 21 percent increase over 2009, according to U.K. publication Legal Week.

In presenting its financial results, the Melbourne-based firm attributed the revenue increase to a combination of organic growth and acquisitions. Just a week before disclosing the revenue figures, Slater & Gordon completed its A$57 million ($51 million) purchase of 17-lawyer Brisbane personal injury firm Trilby Misso — its sixth acquisition in the past year.

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