In just the past 10 months, King & Spalding has learned to speak Arabic and German, and Troutman Sanders has become fluent in the Shanghai dialect of Chinese.

But as two of Atlanta’s largest hometown law firms set their sights on serving big corporate clients in expensive new offices overseas, attorneys like John A. Christy see a door opening in Atlanta and the Southeast.

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