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The 2020 Global 200, with rankings by revenue, head count and profits per equity partner, as well as stories about the state of the legal market in select regions of the world.

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At the start of 2020, many industry observers believed Brazil would carry the weight for legal work in Latin America, as the region’s biggest economy does most years, in part because prospects have dimmed for the region’s second-biggest economy, Mexico, amid flagging confidence in the country’s leadership.

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Amy Guthrie

Amy Guthrie is Law.com International's Latin America correspondent, based in Mexico City. She covers legal and business issues, including law firms, in-house counsel, and regulatory matters across Latin America. She can be reached at [email protected]

 

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