Linklaters revenue up 14 per cent to £720m

Linklaters has reported a 14 per cent increase in turnover for the last financial year while profits per partner have crept up by 6 per cent.
Of the magic circle, Linklaters’ £720m worth of turnover places it in third place behind Clifford Chance, which expects to report flat revenues of £1bn for the year, and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, which saw total billings rise to £800m from £740m for the previous 12 months.
Allen & Overy occupies fourth place with £641m on £580m last year. Equity partners at Linklaters can expect to take home an average of £691,000 compared to £650,000 for 2001/2002.