Revenue gains propel Mayer Brown past pre-recession record
With $1.313bn in 2017 revenues, Mayer Brown is one of the last US law firms of its size to catch up to its own performance before the 2008 financial crisis
Mayer Brown has posted record financial results for 2017, with revenue eclipsing the firm’s pre-recession highs for the first time and profits per equity partner (PEP) rising 8.8% to $1.575m.
Revenue at the Chicago-founded firm grew 4.2% in 2017 to $1.313bn, according to preliminary ALM data. The firm’s lawyer and partner headcount both narrowly declined, pushing revenue per lawyer up 5.3% over the prior year to $836,000.
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