Brussels law firms with trade practices are bracing for a wave of work that is being fuelled by geopolitical developments, policy shifts and the deep uncertainty created by the U.K.’s departure from the European Union.

“There is something of a revolution going on in Brussels, which is the consequence of the recent trends in trade matters around the world and the current geopolitical instability,” Marie-Sophie Dibling, a partner at the Brussels office of King & Spalding told International.

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