CC London's financials prove best in firm

O'Connor, Joanne
July 2005
Lawyer;7/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that the London office of the law firm Clifford Chance LLP has outperformed every other region at the firm, posting a 7.7 per cent revenue hike. Last year, its London office posted turnover of 415.8m pounds, representing 45 per cent of the firm's 915m pounds global total, compared with the previous year, when London revenue stood at 386m pounds. On the other hand, the German operation posted a turnover dip of 2.5 per cent, with revenues falling from 105.6m pounds in 2004 to 103m pounds in 2005.


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