CMS Cameron McKenna has announced a five per cent increase in turnover, representing a rise from £214m in 2009-10 to £225m in 2010-11.
Average profit per equity partner (PEP) jumped 11 per cent to £500,200, up from £453,000 in 2009-10.
The figures show an improvement on last year’s 11 per cent drop in revenue and 15 per cent drop in PEP.
The CMS network saw a three per cent increase in combined turnover on last year. Income for the 2010 calendar year rose from €737.5m (£639m) to €757.7m (£656.7m).
CMS Camerons managing partner Duncan Weston said: “In the context of the current economic climate, we’ve delivered a robust performance across Europe. CMS continues to go from strength to strength and is being recognised as a leading force in Europe.”