Australian law firm Allens Arthur Robinson has launched an office in Mongolia.

The firm will have no lawyers based in its new office in Ulaanbaatar, the Mongolian capital, which it launched Wednesday. Instead, it will rotate lawyers in and out of the office. Brisbane-based energy and resources partner Erin Feros says she will be one of nine lawyers at the firm who will regularly spend time in the new office. Hong Kong partner David Wenger, who will serve as the firm’s chief representative in Mongolia, is another.

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