Scottish uprising

Taylor, Margaret
October 2010
Lawyer;10/11/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 39, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the top 20 Scottish firms by turnover. Mcgrigors LLP posted a revenue rise of 10 per cent which recorded the highest growth. Harper Macleod LLP saw a revenue rise by 7 per cent and achieved the uptick in turnover by pushing into growing areas such as insurance litigation and debt recovery. Dickson Minto W.S. posted the highest revenue per partner and revenue per lawyer figures at 2.6 million pound and 536,000 pound respectively.


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