Law firm Eversheds has announced its revenues are up by seven per cent for the first half of the year.
The firm's half-yearly results revealed an increase in revenues of £11.5m.
Eversheds also saw growth in a number of key areas.
Financial services litigation saw growth of 15 per cent while construction litigation was up by 15 per cent.
Meanwhile competition enjoyed growth of 22 per cent and real estate environmental an increase of 27 per cent.
Eversheds' chief executive Bryan Hughes, said: "All of our key indicators are positive, with activity and billings ahead of last year. Our strong revenue position has flown down to the margins, with a £10m increase in net profit margin."
The increases come on the back of continued investment, particularly on the international stage.
Earlier this year Eversheds invested heavily in a merger in the Middle East which gives the firm offices in Abu Dhabi, Amman, Baghdad, Doha, Dubai and Riyadh.
The first half of the year also saw Eversheds invest in offices in Spain, Hamburg and Romania.
The firm's international operations have also made a good start to the year with an overall 22 per cent increase in revenue.
Mr Hughes added: "It goes without saying that market conditions remain interesting, in recent weeks changing almost by the hour. However, we have had a good half year which gives us a robust platform for the next six months."