Brachers signs up to global legal referral networks
Move will enhance firm’s ability to help clients with international matters.
Brachers has signed up to two global legal referral networks, which will enhance the firm’s ability to find high quality, reputable legal support for UK clients on matters in jurisdictions around the world.
The Nextlaw Global Referral Network was set up by Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, and boasts over 500 member firms in 200 countries. Nextlaw’s membership covers more countries than any other legal referral network.
In addition, Brachers has become members of The Lawyer Network, which has member firms in over 90 countries. Brachers’ Erol Huseyin, corporate partner, is listed on the network with a specific focus on Energy.
Joanna Worby, Managing Partner at Brachers, said:
“Referral networks are a great way of extending international reach to offer a better service to our clients. Having a network of established firms that we can call on to provide assistance means that we can support our clients no matter where their need lies. Taking out these memberships is all part of our determination to be ‘with you all the way’.
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