[VIDEO] The Legal Panel: Do global law firms have the upper hand in Australia?

By Reporter|04 July 2013

The Lawyers Weekly Panel on the Globalisation of the Profession asks whether global firms are now the dominant domestic players.

Global law firms have come into the Australian market with all the subtlety of a herd of elephants, taking clients and partners from national firms left, right and centre.

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The Lawyers Weekly Panel on the Globalisation of the Profession, hosted by Burrows Legal, asks whether those firms are now the dominant domestic players, with national firms left to pick up the scraps from the global law firms’ table.

Read the full report on the panel discussion here.

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[VIDEO] The Legal Panel: Do global law firms have the upper hand in Australia?
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