Herbert Smith, Freehills Seal Merger

, The Asian Lawyer

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The combination will create a 2,800-lawyer firm known as Herbert Smith Freehills. It is the latest in a string of deals this year between Australian and international firms.

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  • R_Crawford

    This underscores the maturation in the Asia legal market in the last 15 years. Asia enjoys a bigger legal brain trust today than ever before. Soon we'll likely see US & UK law firms' global standing made (or broken) because of Asia. For instance -- http://hligroup.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/the-hedgehog-and-the-fox/

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