Mayer Brown posts 2011 revenue rise after two years of falling results
Mayer Brown has posted a 2.4% increase in firmwide revenues for 2011 after two years of faltering financials, reports the Am Law Daily. The firm saw total turnover climb to $1.13bn (£713m), while profits per partner (PEP) rose 10% to $1.18m (£745,000). Revenue per lawyer also grew 10% to reach $745,000 (£471,000).
Mayer Brown has posted a 2.4% increase in firmwide revenues for 2011 after two years of faltering financials, reports the Am Law Daily.
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