17 June 2013
EPAM is the only CIS law firm in The Lawyer European 100 which tops the ranking by revenue per partner

According to the annual research performed by The Lawyer, EPAM tops The Lawyer European 100 ranking by revenue per partner. The firm also demonstrates strong financial results per associate and stands 18th in the overall ranking being the only CIS law firm listed among the top-100 European leaders.

In 2012, EPAM left behind the rest of Europe’s law firms top ranked by the Lawyer to have become the absolute leader by revenue per partner valued at Euro3.93 million.

With 243 associates, 30 partners and 429 employees of total staff the Firm demonstrates strong financial results per associate being ranked 3rd by the associates/partner ratio.

The Lawyer estimates EPAM’ revenue at Euro 118 million, which makes the Firm 18th among the top-100 leading European law firms.

The Lawyer reports that last year the Firm spent the first part of 2012 continuing the integration of its 2011 mergers and its member of the Partners' Committee Dimitry Afanasiev is happy with the success of both of them. One result of the Magisters tie-up was the launch of a Washington DC office led by Andrew Mac. Off the back compliance work for both Western and Russian businesses, the office is already profitable. EPAM also progressed in its plans to establish an English law practice in Moscow, hiring Herberth Smith Freehills partner Robin Wittering. The Firm also hired litigator Valery Eremenko.

The Lawyer is a reputable British legal publication. Every year it determines top-100 leading law firms in Continental Europe in The Lawyer European 100 ranking.