Australia and China dominate the legal profession in Asia. At least that’s the impression given by the inaugural Asian Lawyer survey of the 50 largest law firms based in the region, as calculated by head count. Of the top 20 firms on the list, only three—Korea’s 614-lawyer Kim & Chang, India’s 550-lawyer Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff, and Japan’s 490-lawyer Nishimura & Asahi—do not hail from China or Australia. Indeed, Chinese firms account for 17 out of 50 slots on the list; Australian firms, 12 out of 50 [see "Stars in the East"].
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