Vol. 2 No. 6 (2022): Swiss Chinese Law Review

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Today working with colleagues in other countries is something many lawyers and firms take for granted. Huge swaths of the legal industry would not exist without it. But what do these assumptions mean? What have we learnt from the past decades of a globalised legal world? Is this knowledge still a guide to the future? How has collaboration between law firms in different countries changed and what does the future hold? What are the benefits and disadvantages, and, more poignantly, what have they meant? Beyond filling up a scorecard on our work with friends and colleagues across the globe, this issue of the Swiss Chinese Law Review breaks down the details of the past, present, and future implications of working internationally. What is it that you have noticed that everyone else has missed?

The sixth issue of the Swiss Chinese Law Review casts a broad net to catch the pearls of wisdom and experience that will change how and why we collaborate across borders. We want to understand the big-picture theory, but also the everyday details. What is the aggregate of international experience that indicates a general trend? Or which are the individual case studies from your firm’s cross-border that disprove the models and the predictions? How does working across borders mean different things to different people, and at different times? 

Published: 2023-05-03

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