DISRUPTING THE PRACTICE OF LAW.

ADVANCING THE GLOBAL LEGAL DELIVERY ECOSYSTEM.

We are an Integrated global law practice and service delivery platform.

 

We are transforming the practice of law and delivery of Legal Services through collaborative innovation of our members around the world.

 

We are World Law Alliance.

Structured for innovation.
We are an integrated international law practice.

A truly global law firm partnership offering talent from every legal culture, WLA is an unrivaled resource to impart competitive edge to businesses around the world.

300+ highest caliber specialized law firms, attorneys, consultants and professionals, seamlessly connected in over 40+ jurisdictions around the world – working in tandem and providing highest benchmark standards of legal advice, services, solutions and support to help you navigate rapidly evolving laws and solve your toughest legal issues anywhere in the world.

With this unprecedented and far-reaching depth and breadth, across geographies, practices and sectors, legal systems and cultures, no one is better positioned to answer each client’s needs with the right talent and resources.

Helping businesses achieve their international commercial objectives by providing relevant and reliable legal solutions and support.

Offering clients a truly 21st century legal experience. Challenging the status quo, revolutionizing the way legal work gets done.

Helping fast-growing companies build their own custom legal teams with the largest network of independent lawyers in the world.

Appointing a powerful legal team for single or multiple cross-border transactions.

Streamlining the attorney / client workflow with technology that includes online documents and digital signatures.

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Our legal and business experts around the world are helping thousands of organizations deal with the challenges presented by the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and are ready to help you find solutions to yours.

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