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Jessica O'GormanDechert LLP
University of Bristol | Associate
I was initially wary about joining a US firm. Thankfully, Dechert has a British attitude to office culture and hours, but with the perks of being affiliated with the US such as good salaries. I also got to do one of my corporate seats in New York.