Regional: the South West

Lorraine Cushnie on the month in the South West:
Ashfords celebrates split from Bevan Brittan
Bond Pearce appoints new managing partner
Osborne Clarke boosts London team
Thring Townsend takes on Laytons’ Bristol practice
Monthly column Coming up: In-house: 21 Nov Management: 28 Nov The bar: 5 Dec Regional: 12 Dec

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