BCLP confirms merger with aim to become 'world's largest real estate legal practice'

Bclp co chairs terry pritchard and lisa mayhew

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner has confirmed the launch of its newly merged global law firm with combined revenues of over $900m (£641m) and a real estate department led by global departmental managing partner Chris de Pury.

Formed by the merger of international law firms Berwin Leighton Paisner and Bryan Cave, the firm’s new combined real estate department features 369 lawyers across 20 offices globally.

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