|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%)|
Simpson Millar owner has endured a difficult year trading on the stock market.
Net profit and profit per equity partner on the rise.
Currency fluctuations contribute to slower growth globally for international firm.
Turnover also up by £10m over six-month period as share price reaches new high.
Top-100 reports turnover has increased for fourth straight year.
Figures for 2016/17 do not account for merger agreed earlier this year.
Trading has got tougher for Britain’s first for-profit university, but the University of Law has banked tens of millions of pounds from selling its property.
Yorkshire firm says acquisition leaves it well prepared for changes in the personal injury sector.