Brodies reveals revenue rise of 7.5 per cent to £46m

Waller-Davies, Becky
July 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);7/8/2013, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that Scottish law firm Brodies had a 7.5 percent increase in revenue for 2013 with a 4 percent rise in net profit and 7.2 percent rise in average profit per equity partner. It is noted that although the number of equity partners decreased, lawyer numbers increased by 8.6 percent. It is mentioned that 29 percent of the firm's revenue were generated by litigation and property.


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