Continental Breakfast: Africa Emerges as the Last Great Law Firm Frontier

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Herbert Smith will soon follow Baker & McKenzie, Allen & Overy, and Clifford Chance by expanding into Africa.

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  • Lulaine

    An interesting development for the legal sector and may end up being its saving grace. The new tactics of law and the innovations in law like litigation funding can be implemented much faster in places like Africa than they were in America or the U.K. This can help the entire sector and help a worldwide economy, and a burgeoning legal system move forward.

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