Fueled by an improving economy, Los Angeles-based firms reported impressive revenue gains in 2005, with five of the region’s largest firms posting double-digit growth.

In a sign that firms are busier and raising billing rates, revenue per lawyer was up at most firms, too, with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher edging over the $1 million mark on that yardstick. In 2004, only a handful of New York-based firms reported RPL in excess of $1 million.

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