'Law firms are like smartphones' - Dentons' global chair on running his ever-expanding business
Joe Andrew on why being a first-mover with a strong stomach can help you become a formidable global player
When three law firms combined to form Dentons in 2013, our goal was to create the world’s first truly polycentric global law firm. Polycentric is a collective term we use for attributes such as having no dominant national culture or single global headquarters and embracing the diversity of our lawyers and professionals and the cultures in which we operate. Here are a few lessons we’ve learned along the way.
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