Midmarket law firm Husch Blackwell reported an uptick in financial results for fiscal year 2018, with gross revenue increasing to $353.5 million from $349 million the year before—a gain of 1.3 percent. Revenue per lawyer rose 3.3 percent, from $568,000 to $587,000 over the same period.

Profits per equity partner also climbed 3.3 percent, from $574,000 to $593,000—but the gain came as the number of equity partners shrank 4.1 percent, from 169 to 162. Firmwide lawyer head count also dropped, from 614 to 602—a 2 percent decline.

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