This is the second article in a series on the growth of global law firms in Brussels.

The U.S. law firms that have poured into Brussels since 2020—there have been at least seven—had their work cut out for them. They joined scores of international firms that were already operating in the Belgian capital—the seat of the EU’s institutions, NATO’s headquarters and 300 foreign diplomatic missions.

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