Charles Russell Speechlys pay gap revealed as law firm reporting picks up

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CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS LLP


RANKINGS

UK 200: 33

REVENUE

£144M

PARTNERS

162

LAWYERS

426

OFFICES

11

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CLIENTS (49)
MATTERS (227)
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