Irish office of world’s largest law firm begins poaching spree
Dentons aims to attract ‘very well-known, very experienced people’ from top tier of Ireland’s law community to join its new Dublin office
The new Irish office of the world’s largest law firm has said it will aim to poach some of the most senior partners in the country to join its ranks.
Eavan Saunders, the managing partner of Dentons’ newly announced Dublin office, said it would seek to attract some of the most experienced and well-known legal figures in the country.
“This is not going to be an outpost,” Saunders said of the new...
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