We are committed to supporting our national and international clients with the best possible English law advice and to working with our trusted global network of leading independent law firms to ensure our clients’ international legal requirements and goals are met. We can offer the strength and depth of a major law firm and nationally recognised experts covering all key practice areas relevant to our clients’ businesses, including cross-border acquisitions, international arbitrations and supporting our clients’ international trade and projects.
Our approach successfully brings together lawyers who are regularly dealing with international commercial issues together with the experience which comes from many years of advising global operations headquartered in the US, Europe and Asia.
We have developed strong connections with leading independent firms across the globe so that we can identify the local firm that is best able to meet our clients’ specific requirements in other jurisdictions. This approach has found favour with many of our international clients, particularly from the USA and Asia who appreciate our knowledge of the legal market place in the European jurisdictions in which they wish to do business. Indeed as a consequence, a number of US corporations have appointed us to manage their European law requirements on a portfolio basis.
With roots going back for over 120 years, Walker Morris is one of the leading commercial law firms in the UK with a first class international reputation. With a staff of 500 including 48 partners and over 250 fee earners we are ranked by independent assessors among the top UK law firms for the number of recognised legal specialists in our teams.
We support and are active members of a wide range of international organisations including IBA, ABA, AIJA, ITMA and INTA for a full list click here.
For further information contact any of the members of our International Group.
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