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The apparent inevitability of the global law firm is being undermined by often guerilla-like tactics and legal xenophobia of many countries’ bars. Jon Robins reports on the worst places in the world to practise It may seem as if there is little that can stand in the way of the juggernaut-like progress of the modern […]

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