The phoney peace
The Bristol legal market is surprisingly fragmented. But that has not stopped it being a fiercely competitive arena to work in, writes Alex Novarese
It has become the accepted wisdom of the Bristol legal scene that the region’s firms do not really compete with each other. The lack of a substantial local client base and the differing areas of expertise of local firms reinforce the party line that firms are somehow acting in benign independence of each other.
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