Survey Analysis: Masters of their own destiny
The environment they work in looks certain to get tougher as the international law firms grab an even greater share of the market, but the vast majority of Europe's independent law firms are determined to stay just the way they are, according to Legal Week's wide-ranging survey. Derek Bedlow reports
Europe’s independent law firms are bullish, but aware that retaining their independence is likely to prove more of a challenge than ever, if the results of Legal Week’s first ever survey of Europe’s remaining independent law firms are anything to go by.
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