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Cleary is clearly a sophisticated choice for smart students with international ambition.
Two-thirds of White & Case's lawyers working outside of the US tells you just how international this New Yorker is...
It's been name-dropped on hit TV show The West Wing and has an ensemble of A-list attorneys to boot, but New York superstar Debevoise & Plimpton still treasures its fledgling talents.
You've heard the name 'Skadden' before, but this “demanding” superstar offers far more than just the opportunity to glamorize your resume...
With “an integrated network of offices across the planet,” Brit-born Freshfields “gives all associates the chance to do top international work.”
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