'The Brexit vote has been a trigger' - law firms look to Ireland amid concerns over London's future

As DLA and Pinsent Masons eye moves into Dublin, are more law firms set to follow?

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Earlier this month, international schools firm Nord Anglia Education was given the green light to convert a disused Microsoft office block in the Dublin suburbs into an 800-pupil private school, set to open next year.

The new school is being developed partly to cater for the families of an expected influx of corporate executives and bankers drawn to Dublin by concerns over the post-Brexit prospects for London’s status as a financial services centre.

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