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In the decade since the Great Recession, the largest U.S. law firms have mirrored their global clients, spreading their footprint in an effort to bring in more business. In doing so, they’ve opened offices from Sheffield to Shanghai and everywhere in between, adding thousands of international attorneys, with some firms focused on operating in key financial centers, and others looking to open in as many locales as possible.

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Ben Seal

Ben Seal is managing editor of The American Lawyer. He joined the magazine in February 2018, and previously spent five years working for The Legal Intelligencer, editing the paper's magazines and supplements and reporting on Pennsylvania's state courts, legislature and Attorney General's Office. Contact him at bseal@alm.com or @BSealTAL.

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