Thorntons revenues rise as staff swells

TURNOVER at Thorntons rose by 9 per cent to £14.4 million in the year to 31 May after the Dundee-based law firm appointed two partners in Edinburgh and one in Tayside.

Pre-tax profits edged up to £2.7m from £2.6m, with the share of the surplus enjoyed by the highest-paid partner falling to £121,646 from £125,799, according to accounts filed at Companies House.

Joint managing partner Craig Nicol described the performance as “extremely positive and encouraging”.




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