Profits rise at Scottish law firm Burness Paull
Re-elected: Peter Lawson and Tamar Tammes
Scottish law firm Burness Paull has posted a 39% rise in profit before partner distributions to £33.3 million for the year to 31 July on a 19% rise in income to £72m.
The firm’s headcount rose marginally to 551, including 76 partners.
Chairman Peter Lawson and managing partner Tamar Tammes were re-elected to their roles in early 2021 and set out a new three year strategic plan to build on the firm’s strategy.
The firm’s results follow recent solid numbers from rival Scottish legal firms Brodies and Shepherd and Wedderburn.