Bingham Striving to Be Japan's Top International Firm

, The Asian Lawyer


Because most of its 81 lawyers in Tokyo are Japanese-qualified attorneys, Boston-based law firm Bingham McCutchen has often been seen as a domestic practice in Japan. Now, Bingham wants to change that image and become the country's top international firm.

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  • STAM

    the title to the article and the article do not match. can you please look into it as i am interested in reading about the Bingham efforts? Thanks

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