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The U.K.’s Boris Johnson and the EU’s Ursula von der Leyen. Credit: Alex Gakos/Shutterstock

While the U.K. government’s announcement on Christmas Eve that it had finally reached an agreement with the EU on post-Brexit trade was a relief to many, several U.K. law firm partners have pointed to the deal’s limitations, and have grave doubts over whether it provides enough certainty to the U.K. legal industry.

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Meganne Tillay

Meganne joined Legal Week as a reporter in June 2019 upon completing a Master's in Journalism at Kingston University. She covers a number of domestic and international law firms, as well as real estate, capital markets and regulation. [email protected]

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