Law firms with roots in the United States are increasingly tapping master of law degree programs here to recruit foreign lawyers for building out their international networks.

For instance, McDermott, Will & Emery, which was founded in Chicago and now has six offices outside the United States, this year is cultivating closer ties with U.S. law schools that offer so-called LL.M. programs for foreigners in the hopes of luring some of the graduates to its non-U.S. offices.

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