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The majority of in-house lawyers have reservations about Deutsche Bank’s plan to stop paying panel law firms for work carried out by junior lawyers, but believe the move is likely to start a trend, according to a new Legal Week survey of corporate counsel.

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Alex Berry

Alex joined Legal Week in July 2016. Before joining, Alex completed a MA in magazine journalism at City university and wrote freelance articles for a range of property titles. He reports on the in-house legal market

 

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