Gowling WLG revenues jump 17% in second full post-merger year as top of lockstep rises

Top of UK lockstep rises to almost £900,000 as Anglo-Canadian firm continues to build on 2016 merger

Gowling WLG has posted a 16.7% increase in revenue for 2017-18, reaching a new post-merger high of £455.5m. 

The figure, which is up from £390.1m last year, covers the second full financial year for the firm since the UK’s Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co combined with Canadian firm Gowlings in February 2016. The two partnerships are not financially integrated and do not share profits.

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