Catrin Griffiths

Catrin is the editor of The Lawyer.


Global Corporate 50: just two UK firms make it into the top ten by M&A revenues

A major new research report by The Lawyer has found that the top 50 M&A firms generate $32.15bn in total corporate revenue, with five firms generating over a billion dollars each in corporate turnover: Kirkland & Ellis, Skadden, Baker McKenzie, Latham & Watkins and Sidley Austin. All but Sidley also appear in the top five […]


Bliss it is in this dawn to be alive: predictions for the next 10 years in the law

Since 2010, change has been gradual. Workplace cultures are largely more thoughtful and accepting than they were a decade ago, but the idea that the practice of law has been disrupted is laughable. Excuse me if I raise an eyebrow at managing partners getting excited about the elite consultancy model and diversity of professional experience […]

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UK Litigation 50: The highest-value disputes practice is….

A US-headquartered outift has emerged as the firm with London’s highest revenue per litigation partner in The Lawyer’s latest research report, The UK Litigation 50. Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has UK litigation revenues of £84.3m and just 16 partners, making an average revenue per partner (RPP) of £5.27m. The firm has always targeted high-value […]

UK Litigation 50: The top disputes firms ranked by financial firepower

A major new report from The Lawyer has revealed the size of the litigation market in the UK, with the top 50 firms active in this space generating a combined £4.1bn from disputes in 2018/19. The largest litigation practice in the UK is Clyde & Co, which generated £235.2m from disputes in the last financial […]

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