Shearman & Sterling is attempting to rebuild its Hong Kong law capital markets practice after losing at least 10 lawyers, including its team leader, in recent months.

Sources familiar with the matter said Shearman has been approaching potential candidates from outside the firm. In addition to external hires, the firm will also promote lawyers internally, according to one source, who added that the new Hong Kong law capital markets team will be smaller than the previous one.

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