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UK FlagOver five years, London firms’ hiring of lateral partners has almost doubled, from 42 hires in 2004 to 79 in 2008.

The data come from a Legal Week study tracking hiring at 33 US and UK firms’ London offices.

Orrick, Weil Gotshal, Arnold & Porter, Cleary Gottlieb, Cravath, and Skadden all brought on laterals.

  
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On the other hand, Shearman & Sterling, Dechert and White & Case cut lawyers.



 

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