|Firm name||PEP 2016||Turnover 2016|
|Clifford Chance||£1.23m (+10%)||£1.39bn (+3%)|
|Freshfields||£1.47m (+8%)||£1.32bn (+7%)|
|Allen & Overy||£1.2m (+0%)||£1.31bn (+2.3%)|
|Pinsent Masons||£550,000 (+2.2%)||£382.3m (+5.5%)|
|Dentons||£530,000 (+6%)||£165m (+7%)|
|Stephenson Harwood||£774,000 (+1.5%)||£158m (+9%)|
|Fieldfisher||£550,000 (+8.7%)||£121m (+7.5%)|
NAHL says figures have also been affected by the cost of setting up a new law firm.
NewLaw parent company posts bullish financial results but dividend payout will be unchanged.
Global firm reveals success of Scottish tie-up while Clyde & Co also reports 2017-18 financial results.
First set of accounts for full financial year since merger in 2017.
Listed firm which encourages remote working now has around 290 lawyers in the network.
Chief executive says staff are now coached to be firmer with clients about when they are expected to pay bills.
Magic circle firm adds ‘exceptional’ charge of £21m to year-end results.
Invicta Law says its pre-tax profitabilty turnaround is encouraging.