U.S. and international law firms aren’t charging into Ireland at the same pace as banks, many of which have identified Dublin as the ideal place to move their operations to prepare for the uncertainties of Brexit.

Still, with two U.S. firms, one global giant and several U.K. players opening up shop in the Irish capital in 2018, Dublin is clearly the hottest international destination among law firms over the past year.

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