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Shearman & Sterling (London) LLP
University of Exeter
Working with partners, counsel and associates means that trainees get a significant amount of exposure to big international deals from the moment they join the group. At Shearman & Sterling, the teams you work with are relatively small, so you really get a hands-on experience.
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