I read an interesting article yesterday (sorry, I'm at work and can't search for the link) about a woman who moved to Germany and worked at a German firm. She discovered that she would never make partner so decided to start her own practice. Mainly, she realized she was dealing with the same types of law that she handled in the US (transactional, immigration, family law & government).
I'm interested in hearing anyone's experience in practicing law in another country. I'd love to one day to work in the UK or other country where most people speak English (Netherlands, UK, Canada). Interested in hearing about people's experience whether their own practice or at an international firm with offices in other countries. Thanks for your input.
By the way, I'm a 0L starting school in August so this is all speculative.
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