Baker & McKenzie Retains Global Top Spot with Record Revenues

, The Am Law Daily


Baker's gross revenue inched up 2 percent to a new high of $2.313 billion in the last fiscal year, but profit per partner fell 9 percent to $1.09 million in the face of "uncertain" market conditions.

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  • Sharks Assassin

    How much of B/M's profit go to their partners? I also wonder how much do they pay their employees. I hope reasonable. It would be sad to see a record money-making law firm, such as B/M, that pays its employees peanuts and then the partners take home millions of dollars net. In my books, that would be considered GREED!

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