The Scottish law firm said its growth over the past 12 months had been underpinned by significant lateral hires and investment in its business support areas.
The firm’s legal expertise includes commercial law, property development and property investment.
Bruce Farquhar, chair at Anderson Strathern, said the results showed that its growth strategy was working.
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“Our strategic focus on appointing key people both in the legal and business functions to help us with that growth will continue.
“All the indicators are that we will also have a strong 2019 with our confident proposition as a leading independent Scottish law firm with expert lawyers operating across the private client, commercial and public sectors.”
The firm added that client wins, panel appointments and increased activity across its private client, commercial and public sector practice groups contributed to the overall growth of the business.
“An even sharper approach to our internal mechanics – alongside an absolute focus on listening to our clients – is paying dividends and is reflected in our record numbers this year,” said Murray McCall, managing partner at Anderson Strathern.
“We believe in investing in our people, they are our best assets and we are continually striving to create an even better working environment where people feel valued.
“In turn, our team [goes] out and [provides] the highest standards of client service and we’re extremely proud of the culture that has evolved from this process.”