Herbert Smith bulks up in Belfast with addition of 18 fee-earners

Swift, James
January 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);1/19/2012, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on Herbert Smith LLP, which has hired several fee earners for its litigation due diligence for Belfast, Northern Ireland office. According to the company, the expansion was driven by high client demand and brings the total number of employees at the office to 56. The firm opened its Belfast office, which was designed to take some of the burden of reviewing litigation documents off London, England with around 26 staff, including 19 fee-earners.


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