Shearman & Sterling held its headline financial numbers steady or nearly so in 2012, with gross revenue inching up 0.3 percent, to $752 million, profits per partner ticking down 2.6 percent, to $1.52 million, and revenue per lawyer dipping 0.6 percent, to $895,000, according to The American Lawyer‘s reporting. At the same time, the firm suffered a 12 percent decline in net income, to $240.5 million.
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