Turnover drops to £14.9m for 2012 year against £16.1m the previous year
DLA Piper Scotland has reported a 7.4 per cent drop in turnover for the 2012 year to April.
Accounts filed with Companies House for the 2012 year show the firm's Scottish division brought in turnover of £14.9 million, down from £16.1 million the previous year.
Operating costs for the year were put at £14.9 million, down from £16.2 million in 2011.
The firm said the average monthly number of members during 2012 was 18, down from 21 the previous year.
DLA Piper announced plans in January to close its Glasgow office with the loss of 45 jobs with a further 30 staff and 10 partners expected to move over to its Edinburgh office.
The firm is also selling its defendant-insurance practice as part of a wider UK restructuring announced last November which will affect around 250 lawyers and staff across its UK operations.
DLA Piper employs around 4,200 lawyers in more than 30 countries.
The firm moved into the Scottish market in 2000 when it acquired the corporate and commercial practice of Bird Semple.