Baker & McKenzie has retained its position as the world’s largest law firm by revenue after posting record billings for the fiscal year ended June 30. Baker’s gross revenue inched up 2 percent over the past 12 months to a new high of $2.313 billion, the firm announced Tuesday, extending its lead over second-placed DLA Piper to $66 million. (The results are for different time frames, since DLA operates under a calendar fiscal year.)
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