With their leaders voting Friday to move forward with a merger, Rogers & Wells and Clifford Chance are poised to demonstrate the value of having a legion of English and American lawyers together under one roof.

Law firm consultants have long said that mergers of premier U.S. and U.K. firms hold such promise that there has never been a question whether one would happen — just when.

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