The country’s 100 largest law firms by revenue recorded a sixth consecutive year of aggregate growth across all key metrics in 2015, according to our exclusive Am Law 100 financial survey. But despite a record year for U.S. mergers and acquisitions, the continued flattening of demand for legal services and patchy conditions in core markets, particularly in Europe, saw growth slow to its lowest level since the Great Recession seven years ago.

Indeed, it was a middling year for much of this group in 2015, and signposts aren’t necessarily pointing to dazzling days ahead. Here are the details:

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