Dentons China consists of 44 offices, with its head office in Beijing. Principle of the firm, which goes for “with ever higher ambition and broader view, down-to-earth hard work will build tremendous success”, is well reflected. It is also the principle that leads Dentons China to become a market leader who is capable of delivering timely and quality legal services, so that we can build up good foundation and abundant social resources with higher reputation.
We launched the “Golden League” award this year to reflect the market situation, and to encourage the firms on the list, and their peers, to improve their overall quality and level of service
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