Independent Law Firms In Europe: Sleeping Giant
It may not have the pull of neighbouring Russia, but Lauren Milner discovers the firms that have been bold enough to open in Kiev are in the best position to profit from Ukraine's growing economy
Since Ukrainian independence was established in December 1991, there has been a growing portfolio of home-grown and international law firms opening in the capital Kiev. The initial wave of office launches in the early 1990s was relatively short-lived, but firms are showing a renewed interest in the market, with domestic mergers and office launches gathering pace.
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