'Without it what would they have left?' - Linklaters' South Africa and Australian alliances under the microscope

Five years after Linklaters signed alliances with Australia's Allens and South Africa's Webber Wentzel, how are the deals faring?

Five years after Linklaters turned the trend for firms planting flags around the world on its head with a return to alliance deals, its partner firms – Australia’s Allens and South Africa’s Webber Wentzel – do not let you forget their ties to the magic circle firm.

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