'We are capitalising on the globalisation of the legal industry' - how Goodwin is rethinking Asia recruitment
Goodwin Procter is aiming to create a pipeline of lawyers who meet two prerequisites: they should be native speakers of Mandarin Chinese who grew up in China - but also home-grown Goodwin associates
This summer, Goodwin Procter launched a unique hiring programme designed to ensure that within a few years, the firm will have a steady supply of native Mandarin-speaking, US-trained lawyers for its Hong Kong office.
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