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There has never been a more challenging time to be an independent law firm. The continued globalization of the legal industry has made the independent firm—by which I mean those with practices that are largely or entirely situated in a single office or market—an increasingly rare breed. This is particularly true for those targeting high-end work in developed markets, where firms that have eschewed international expansion are swimming against a strengthening tide of consolidation.
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