Travers Smith PEP drops below £1m while revenue growth slows

Travers Smith’s average profit per equity partner (PEP) has dropped below the £1m mark, after hitting the milestone for the first time in the previous financial year.

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TRAVERS SMITH LLP


RANKINGS

UK 200: 35

REVENUE

£125M

PARTNERS

72

LAWYERS

293

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