Littler’s Don Dowling: International lawyers will command a premium in the years ahead
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Don Dowling
John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor

In the aftermath of the covid pandemic, the demand for international employment law specialists continues to outstrip supply, says Don Dowling, a Littler shareholder based in New York, who believes the future is exceedingly bright for a specialism that only a few decades ago was considered a less-than-viable area of practice.

Years before any practitioners had staked out “international employment law” as a discrete professional focus, Dowling was one of an early handful of dreamers who saw the potential for a truly global employment practice as a subspecialism of employment law.


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