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    Hi all,

    I recently read a PwC's report on Brexit that as a result, London might lose its status as a global financial centre since multinational corporations used to see Britain as a gateway to the EU. That means companies will very likely to reallocate resources or even their HQs into other European countries.

    London has the world's second largest legal services market, mainly because it is a global financial centre. In your opinion, what would be the possible impacts on the market?

    I appreciate your opinions and wish you best of luck with your studies.

    Regards,

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    (Original post by georgehlaw)
    Hi all,

    I recently read a PwC's report on Brexit that as a result, London might lose its status as a global financial centre since multinational corporations used to see Britain as a gateway to the EU. That means companies will very likely to reallocate resources or even their HQs into other European countries.

    London has the world's second largest legal services market, mainly because it is a global financial centre. In your opinion, what would be the possible impacts on the market?

    I appreciate your opinions and wish you best of luck with your studies.

    Regards,

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    Generally doesn't matter what degree you do anyway for most large corporate law firms. If you find the study of economics interesting, and want to learn more about it alongside law, sure go ahead. But it won't afford any special type of consideration from legal recruiters.

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