At White & Case, a software program alerts a lawyer in New York whether the firm’s Beijing-based attorney already drafted a similar document.

At Clifford Chance, one can expect to find glass-enclosed conference rooms and dark wood tables in any office around the world. And at Reed Smith, lawyers get a chance to meet their worldwide colleagues during “speed networking sessions,” when associates from all locations unite in one place.

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