|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%)|
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