Last week, U.K. Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke spent three days in India in pursuit of what has become the British legal profession’s White Whale: the opening of that market to foreign lawyers.

He returned with a glimmer of hope. At a joint appearance last week, Salman Khurshid, India’s Minister of Law and Justice, said his government would “fast track” a decision about whether to liberalize its legal sector.

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