Offshore: A change of climate
With the dismal weather of another British summer in prospect and little sign of a pickup in the economy, could this be the time to consider working abroad? Sean Mulherin looks at the prospects for lawyers thinking of heading offshore
While many traditional areas of opportunity for British lawyers in the Middle and Far East have been hit by political or economic problems, one overseas market remains consistent – the offshore jurisdictions. But just what skills are in demand and what are the lifestyle and career factors you should take into account when considering a move to one of these areas?
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