The UK Market Register: A wider view

Freedman, Joshua
October 2014
Lawyer (Online Edition);10/27/2014, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the current status of the legal market in Great Britain as depicted in The Lawyer's UK200 2014 report. It mentions that the report has redrawn the list of the top 100 largest firms in the Britain by revenue to include the largest overseas-headquartered rivals. It mentions that the new ranking, called the UK Market Register, shows that the battleground for the 11.3 billion dollars British legal market being fought in the 21-40 revenue bracket.


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