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This year, The Lawyer’s annual ranking of the largest UK law firms by turnover is available as an interactive, digital benchmarking tool. For the first time this will allow you to manipulate each data set against the metrics of your choice.
LeBoeuf Lamb Green & MacRae posted a 23 per cent jump in gross revenue for 2005 with the firm’s turnover hitting $440m (£249m).
The result marks a return to form for the New York-based firm, which only grew its turnover five per cent in 2004. The firm posted year-end turnover figures of $340m (£192.5m) in 2003 and $356.4m (£201.6m) in 2004.
Profit per equity partner (PEP) for 2005 climbed 14 per cent to hit $1.32m (£747,000), up from the 2004 figure of $1.16m (£656,000).
The firm’s revenue per lawyer figure rose 21 per cent from $593,012 (£335,084) in 2004 to hit $718,954 (£407,084) for 2005.
Figures for the performance of the London office, which follows the firm wide specialist practice areas in energy, utilities and insurance, were not available. But a firm spokesman confirmed: “We are very, very happy with these figures.”