Independent Law Firms In Europe: A nation of individuals
France has a number of strongly independent firms, each of them with their own distinct flavour, writes Sophie Evans
France’s cluster of sizeable independent firms is unusual in that they are all very different in the way they define themselves. Gide’s own network of overseas offices is unique in France; Jeantet Associes is full-service but only has a small New York office; Bredin Prat is closely associated with Davis Polk & Wardwell, having created an integrated capital markets team earlier this year.
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