Independent Firms in Europe: In the ascendant
Over the last 20 years, Irish law firms have worked within one of the most buoyant economies in Europe. Now they are expanding to take advantage of even greater opportunities to come, says Jan Harvey
Ireland’s transformation in two decades from being one of the poorest nations in Europe to one of the richest has been extraordinary. According to The Economist, between 1987 and 2003 the country’s GDP per person rose from 69% of the European Union average to 136%.
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