Leader: UK 200 redraws the legal map

Griffiths, Catrin
October 2014
Lawyer (Online Edition);10/27/2014, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Lawyer UK Market Register has created a ranking of the law firms with the biggest presence in Great Britain. It mentions how the U.S. law firms are doing in Britain and whether they are making any headway out of the narrow confines of private equity and high-yield. It is reported that Baker & McKenzie is the biggest overseas-headquartered firm in London by revenue.


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