India business leaders and top lawyers back legal market liberalisation

An overwhelming majority of India’s top legal professionals and business leaders have come out in support of the liberalisation of the country’s legal market, according to new research. A recent survey run by YouGov and Allen & Overy (A&O) – which polled more than 300 senior Indian business figures, including 100 top executives and 100 GCs from the country's largest companies - showed 96% of respondents believe the Indian legal market should be liberalised.

An overwhelming majority of India’s top legal professionals and business leaders have come out in support of the liberalisation of the country’s legal market, according to new research.

A recent survey run by YouGov and Allen & Overy (A&O) – which polled more than 300 senior Indian business figures, including 100 top executives and 100 GCs from the country’s largest companies – showed 96% of respondents believe the Indian legal market should be liberalised.

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