New Zealand generally doesn’t feature on the expansion plans of international law firms, but Dentons says it expects to pick up more work from Australia when it expands to the small South Pacific nation.

Dentons announced late last month it is planning to set up shop in New Zealand by merging with 113-lawyer local firm Kensington Swan and will become only the second global law firm there, after DLA Piper.

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