The China syndrome

The dominance of Western-trained lawyers working in global companies operating in China is ending quickly. Leigh Dance assesses the rise and rise of the homegrown in-house lawyer

The dominance of Western-trained lawyers working in global companies operating in China is ending quickly. Leigh Dance assesses the rise and rise of the homegrown in-house lawyer

Having recently made my sixth trip to China in the last five years to meet and work with locally-based lawyers, I was struck by the rapid changes in the country’s legal market.

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