Large law firms are expecting international arbitration work to steadily pick up as matters were put on hold during the pandemic last year, and they’re looking for experienced alternative dispute resolution lawyers to fill that demand.

Steptoe & Johnson expects to be busy with international arbitration business in the next few years—especially in jurisdictions up and down the African continent, where mining and infrastructure investors and operators are often conducting business with national governments that have varied legal systems and traditions.

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