The law firm, which has offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness and Stirling, said the £10.7 million it booked in the 12 months to March 31, 2013, was almost 4% higher than the £10.4m from the previous year although net profit before tax dipped slightly to £3.5m.
The financial report also includes the results of the Golden Square Wealth Management subsidiary.
The law firm's agriculture, corporate, private client, litigation, property and employment services teams were among the strong performers.
Chairwoman Jennifer Young said: "This was a year of milestones for us. Not only did we build on last year's record turnover, but by August 2013, have welcomed six new partners into the firm, oversaw major transactions and enjoyed a strategic coup with the appointment of Jim Drysdale to our agricultural team."
One of the highest profile deals the corporate team was involved in was the £22.5m sale of care home provider ILS Group to Mears Group.
Ms Young said a £900,000 rise in group costs, to £7.1m, was mainly due to investment in staff, which included new hires, internal promotions and retaining trainees.
She also outlined plans to pursue growth in the SME, energy and agricultural sectors in the current trading year.