Thursday March 19, 2015

BOYNECLARKE’s Legal Alliance Recognized as “Elite” in International Rankings

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Chambers & Partners ranks TAGLaw among the top legal alliances in the world.          

BOYNECLARKE’s international alliance, TAGLaw®, was recently ranked by Chambers & Partners as an “Elite” legal alliance in the publication’s annual Global rankings guide. As an independent member of TAGLaw, BOYNECLARKE can provide its clients with access to high quality legal, accounting and financial representation around the world.

The Chambers & Partners’ rankings are based in part on the quality of TAGLaw’s independent law firm members and the service the firms provide to their clients. In addition to quality, Chambers & Partners considers the global reach of a legal alliance. TAGLaw’s international footprint encompasses 155 independent member firms that employ over 9,400 lawyers located in 328 offices throughout 87 countries. These metrics make TAGLaw one of the four largest law firm alliances in the world.

Chambers & Partners Guides have been ranking law firms and lawyers since 1990 and serve as an important resource for international in-house counsel. The guides now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. 

“We value our membership in TAGLaw. It is of tremendous benefit to our clients as it allows us to give them access to leading lawyers and legal knowledge around the world, wherever they may do business. TAGLaw is a well run organization and it deserves this recognition and we are pleased to be a small part of their success,” stated Managing Partner James D. MacNeil.                                                                              

“We are very pleased at the recognition by Chambers and Partners as one of the world’s few ‘Elite’ legal alliances,” said Robert Sattin, President of TAGLaw and the TAG Alliances. “It is a testament to the quality of our firms throughout the world. When you combine 155 law firm members in TAGLaw with the affiliation of top accounting firms and services providers in TIAG and TAG-SP, our multidisciplinary strength is unparalleled.”

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About TAGLaw and The TAG Alliances™
Founded in 1998, TAGLaw is an international alliance of high-quality, independent law firms. In 2015, Chambers Global ranked the alliance “Elite”, the highest ranking awarded to legal networks. The TAG Alliances comprise three groups: TAGLaw, TIAG® (The International Accounting Group), and TAG-SP™. TIAG is an international alliance of high quality, independent accounting firms and TAG-SP is a complementary association of strategic business partners. Collectively, the TAG Alliances provide accounting, legal, financial and business support services on a worldwide scale. With approximately 17,000 professionals in 280 member firms, and 590 offices in over 100 countries, the TAG Alliances serve tens of thousands of clients from all industry and commercial sectors. Learn more at www.TAGLaw.com.  

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