Eversheds is considering mergers in both London and the U.S. as part of an ambitious three-year strategy intended to reposition the law firm as a credible global player.

The firm’s management is consulting with partners and staff about what they want to see in the firm’s 2012-15 strategy, but it has highlighted the need to form some kind of presence in the U.S. and a possible merger in the City as priorities.

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