A World Of Choice
Often drawing together thousands of lawyers from countless jurisdictions across the globe, law firm networks offer clients an alternative to the one-stop shop. Sophie Evans explores the services on offer
If the early 1990s was the era of the ‘one-stop shop’ law firm, the later part of that decade saw the rise of the law firm network. Responding to the dizzying pace of expansion set by the likes of Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Linklaters, firms that opted to steer clear of the Anglo-American advance found themselves lacking a strategy to deal with the globalisation of their clients and, consequently, their work.
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