Ogier Leman merger
16 June 2022

Ogier Leman merger

Dominic Carman


An offshore force in Dublin’s legal market

Ogier’s recent merger with Dublin-based Leman solicitors is one of this year’s most notable offshore developments. Announced in March and formalised in May, the creation of Ireland-registered Ogier Leman LLP continues a pattern of expansion over the past 12 months. Following a Singapore launch last August, Ogier become the first offshore firm to open a Beijing office in February. The addition of Leman’s 53-strong Dublin team, including nine partners, boosts its lawyer headcount by more than 10% across the network.

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