November 2008
Lawyer;11/10/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p5
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The article offers news briefs concerning the legal profession in Great Britain. Rachel Francis-Lang and Phillip Beer have been hired by Simmons & Simmons for its international real estate practice. Denton Wilde Sapte will launch an alliance with Glyn Marais to have its first base in South Africa. Suzanne Bond has been hired by the London Borough of Hackney to be its interim principal lawyer in charge of the children and adults team.


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