Taking a bite of the Big Apple
For law firms wishing to go global, New York is where it's at. Felicity Clarke says that firms are falling over themselves to gain a presence on Wall Street, with varying degrees of success
Entering New York’s legal market is a challenge to say the least. It is extremely well catered for by its native firms whose entrenched corporate client relationships and sustained excellence in service make it difficult for outsiders to gain a foothold. But as the world’s leading financial and legal centre, it is a challenge that any firm with international ambitions must take up.
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