Addleshaws' revenue soars by nearly 25% to record high as profit climbs by more than a third

Firm sees revenues rise to almost £250m on back of Scots merger and lateral hires

Addleshaw Goddard saw revenues climb by 22% in 2017-18, as the firm continues to build on its merger with Scots firm HBJ.

The merger, which went live on 1 June 2017, had initially been expected to add upwards of £20m to Addleshaws’ top line, but both legacy firms also enjoyed double-digit growth during the past year, taking combined turnover to a new record high of £242m, up from £197.8m last year.

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