Duane Morris was looking and thinking nationally in 2007 with a strategythat focused less locally and more on high-end markets.And firm leaders feel its most recent profits per equity partner figureproves the strategy is working.

The firm’s gross revenue grew by 11.4 percent from $336.6 million in2006 to $375 million in 2007. Revenue per lawyer (RPL) increased by 7percent from $600,000 to $642,000. The average compensation per allpartners grew by 6.2 percent from $501,000 to $532,000.

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