One site wonder - why the focused single-site model has helped Farrers prosper
As far as I know there is no name for the section of firms rated 51-75 by revenue in which my firm finds itself. When you have run out of circles (and even Dante would have run out of circles), I am not sure where you go. When tables were first published in 1988, Farrer & Co found itself ranked around 66 and we have stayed there ever since, despite almost doubling in size since then. We have remained a one office firm and have expanded organically by retaining as many trainees as we can (over the last three years all our trainees have qualified here) and recruiting laterals to strengthen existing areas of expertise.
Farrer & Co’s James Furber argues that the focused single-site City model has helped his firm prosper through good times and bad
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