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Turnover at Hogan Lovells International, which encompasses all of the firm’s operations outside of the US, rose 8% last year, while profit per equity partner (PEP) jumped 25%, the firm’s limited liability partnership accounts have shown.

The firm’s accounts for the year to 30 April 2016 show non-US turnover rising from £591m in 2014-15 to £638m, with PEP up from £698,000 to £879,000 as the average number of equity partners fell from 210 to 205.

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Anna Ward

Anna Ward is City editor at Legal Week. She joined the title in January 2015 after spending three years with energy information provider Platts. She writes news and features about a number of leading UK and US law firms, as well as covering the Middle East and private equity.

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