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WFW’s half-year revenue up 13%22 November 2017

International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) is delighted to announce that its global revenue for the first half of the financial year to 31 October 2017 has risen to £76.1m, up from £67.6m last year. The result puts the firm 13% ahead of the half-year results for 2016/17.

WFW Managing Partner Chris Lowe said: “This is another excellent result for the firm and clear evidence of the success of our industry sector focused model despite a challenging macro-economic environment”.

WFW Managing Partner Lothar Wegener added: “The considerable investment the firm has made into our business services over the past few years, alongside our strategy of targeted lateral hiring of high calibre lawyers in our specialist sectors of transport, energy and real estate, continue to pay off”.

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