Baker & McKenzie SWOT Analysis

March 2006
Baker & McKenzie SWOT Analysis;Mar2006, p1
SWOT Analysis
SWOT Analysis
Presents a SWOT analysis for the Baker & McKenzie law firm. Advantages with its decentralized operations and market position; Downside presented by its absence in the transportation law sector and having law practices not offered in the Middle East; Opportunities from the upswing in the number of merger and acquisition deals across the world.


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