More international law firms are offering their displaced Russian and Ukrainian lawyers roles across their global offices, with London, Dubai and Hong Kong proving the most popular locations.

Herbert Smith Freehills is offering its Moscow-based people roles in London and Dubai, according to one London partner at the firm, who said the locations are suitable because of “similar life and working” practices, and because they are geographically accessible. 

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