Turnover (£m): 9
RPL (£k): 231
Lincoln’s Inn firm Hunters is on a mission to grow, but not at the expense of its private client roots. At the latest year-end the firm produced a £9m revenue, making its debut in The Lawyer UK 200 Annual Report at position 183.
Towards the end of the financial year the firm merged with Gray’s Inn boutique Vernor-Miles & Noble, adding partners Wilfrid Vernor-Miles, James Vernor-Miles and John Vernor-Miles.
The firm’s typical clients range from middle-income professionals to high net worth individuals. The largest growth area was litigation spinning out of trust and probate work.
Around half of Hunters’ £9m revenue is derived from its private client base, with a further 20 per cent coming from property.
The remainder is made up from the charities practice (20 per cent), corporate commercial (5-10 per cent) and family and litigation (10 per cent).