Norton Rose former Beijing head departs for role at Chinese firm
Norton Rose Fulbright's former Beijing office head Peter Burrows has left the firm to join Chinese start up DaHui Lawyers. Burrows, who came to China in 2008 to manage and build the profile of the Beijing and Shanghai offices, joined the PRC outfit as a consultant last week with a view to boosting international standards at the firm.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s former Beijing office head Peter Burrows has left the firm to join Chinese start up DaHui Lawyers.
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