Norton Rose has seen double-digit growth in its revenues during the first six months of the financial year, with fee income increasing 11 per cent to £141.5m.
During the same period last year the figure stood at £126m.
The firm's chief executive Peter Martyr said the healthy growth was down to its hubs in Asia, London and the Middle East remaining fairly robust.
"The worst-performing areas stayed flat though banking and corporate finance, as normal, contributed the most to revenues," said Martyr. "The biggest jump in growth was in regulatory, which was good double-digit growth."
Martyr said it is difficult to predict how the firm will perform in the next six months, adding that he expects equity capital markets to stay "dead as a doornail".
"Litigation and regulation will stay strong and in our banking areas, because we are leaders in these specific areas, we're hoping to be one of the last affected," said Martyr.