Global law firms have recently flocked to South Africa, a trend fueled by a more open post-apartheid economy that has shaken up a legal market previously dominated by domestic firms.

As financial sanctions lifted after apartheid’s end in 1994 and South Africa’s economy opened, multinational companies looking to do business in the country and elsewhere in Africa found themselves in need of sophisticated legal services.

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