As uncertainty persists over the mechanics of Britain’s exit from the European Union, more and more international law firms are looking to Ireland.

Last week, DLA Piper announced plans to open a Dublin office. Two other UK-based firms have made similar moves in the last year. And K&L Gates has been reportedly been kicking the tires on its own expansion onto the Emerald Isle.

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