Germany: Cracking a tough market
Five years ago the concept of a dedicated legal recruitment consultancy was alien to the German market. But, with UK and US mergers, start-ups and alliances, times are changing, writes Nick Shilton
Five years ago, the legal recruitment landscape in Germany looked very different. Around this time my then boss sent an apparently innocuous e-mail enquiring whether any of the legal recruitment consultants within our organisation spoke German. As a result I found myself establishing an office in Frankfurt in early 1999.
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