The Lawyer Asia Pacific 150 Sample Report
The Lawyer Asia Pacific 150 is the first research report of its kind, singling out the 50 largest global firms operating in the Asia Pacific and the 100 top independent firms headquartered there.
The report provides not only headcount figures, number of offices and the major mandates of these 150, but also a critical review on how their businesses have fared in recent years and their strategies to cope with the challenges of this dynamic region.
A unique and compelling part of the report is its focus on the transformation and growth of the region’s largest home-grown firms, traditionally overshadowed by their international counterparts and under-reported in the West. The Lawyer’s editorial team has gone the extra mile to obtain financial data wherever possible as well as business intelligence on their partnerships, organisation and management structures, as well as relationships with key clients and foreign law firms…
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