Kirkland announces 8% revenue hike as partner profits hold steady at $3m
Kirkland & Ellis has posted firmwide revenue growth of 8% for the 2011 financial year, reports The Am Law Daily. The US firm, which in 2010 reported double-digit rises for both revenue and profits per equity partner (PEP), saw revenue increase 8% to $1.75bn (£1.1bn) during 2011, while PEP dipped by 1% to a still-impressive figure of $3.05m (£1.94m).
Kirkland & Ellis has posted firmwide revenue growth of 8% for the 2011 financial year, reports The Am Law Daily.
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