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DLA Piper’s international partnership, which encompasses all of the firm’s non-US operations, has reported a 14% increase in revenue for the 2016-17 financial year.

The firm’s accounts for the year to 30 April 2017, filed at Companies House, show that revenue for the year increased by £109.3m (14%) to £876.8m, although £75.5m of the increase was attributable to exchange rate movements.

Director of finance at DLA, Claire Chellam, said:  “Underlying growth is £34m which is 4.5%, which we are very pleased with.”

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James Booth

James joined Legal Week in June 2015. He reports on leading UK law firms, as well as covering the African legal market. He previously worked for legal directory Chambers & Partners as a deputy editor.

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