Global Law Firms Turn to Africa

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Law firms are looking at Africa as the next frontier.

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  • Scott Cowan

    This has been a common site over the past couple of years with law firms all trying to establish a network across the continent. The SA law firms are holding up well as Bowmans have mentioned in the article, however branding across the continent is still relatively unheard of and firms now have to look at how they can establish the same quality in other key countries. Im sure there will be more international law firms moving in however we must also not forget the big 4 accountancies who at the moment are planning their move into Sub Sahara and beyond. The war for talent has only just begun !

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