Husch Blackwell’s gross revenue shot up nearly 17% last year, with the firm seeing “across-the-board” demand in 2022, as well as growing client acceptance of alternative and fixed-fee arrangements.

Husch grossed about $555.8 million last year, a 16.6% increase over 2021, when its revenue grew by 14.3% in what many considered a golden year of law firm gains. The Missouri-founded firm, ranked No. 91 in last year’s Am Law 200, increased profits per partner by 2.5% in 2022, up to $867,000, while growing its equity ranks by about 10%, to 191.

Husch Blackwell YOY financial chart

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