World Law Alliance

THE WLA Referral ENGINE

Welcome to the WLA Referral Engine.

Clients need highly experienced lawyers with extensive knowledge of their business and want counsel with a deep understanding of local cultures and customs anywhere in the world. We all know that no single law firm can be everywhere. That’s why World Law Alliance operates with highly credible members spanning 80+ countries in almost every specialization of law under the sun.

World Law Alliance helps lawyers and law firms generate new client work by building stronger relationships with their current clients and a Referral Engine to generate new global clients.

Join today and see how digital business development and stronger relationships can help you or your law firm generate more clients.

Law Firms use WLA Referral Engine to build stronger relationships that lead to more client work.

The WLA Referral Engine offers a system that easily finds out the best firm and a lawyer for a particular need to connect with top talent around the world. At the WLA Referral Engine, our only motivation is to better serve clients and our only criterion for membership is proven quality.

A Referral Engine that powers international practice of Law.

WLA Referral Service for Clients.

Find legal help with International Lawyer Referral Service.

We schedule an initial 30-minute phone consultation with the appropriate attorney for most legal problems. Services beyond the 30-minutes consultation is between you and the attorney at regular attorney rates.

 

When you call the WLA Lawyer Referral Engine to find legal help, you will speak with a Lawyer Referral Manager. The Manager will help to determine whether your situation requires a consultation with a WLA attorney, or if a referral to an outside agency or service will better assist you. To enable our staff to provide proper assistance please be prepared to supply: Your name and contact information. The best times and days you can keep an appointment. A brief explanation of your legal problem, case numbers, and the names of involved persons. Other information may be requested specific to the area of law you need.
There is no charge to use our service to get referred to the most ideal lawyer for your case. Once you are referred, an initial half-hour consultation over the phone with the attorney will cost between USD50 to USD100. Once your initial consultation is over, and should you wish to further engage the same lawyers services, you must discuss the fees and billing directly with the attorney at the time of your call or consultation. A written fee agreement with an attorney should be your demand if you decide to hire them.
No. Due to the sometimes sensitive and confidential nature of the caller’s inquiries, it will be the referred caller’s responsibility to make the initial phone contact with the lawyer to schedule the consultation. As per WLA code of conduct, the lawyer must at all times respect the confidentiality of the referred caller who may not wish to be called at home or in the workplace
The initial token consultation fee of the attorney, which is collected by WLA Referral Service Manager at time of referring, entitles the referred caller to an up to one half-hour (30 minute) consultation with a WLA vetted lawyer searched by the WLA digital platform. There is no obligation on either party to go beyond the initial consultation. The consultation fee is not contingent on the client retaining the lawyer or the lawyer accepting the consumer as a client. Neither the client nor the lawyer is obligated to go beyond the up to 30-minute consultation.
Please allow at least 48 business hours after the initial contact for the lawyer to schedule a phone appointment. .

Referrals between Lawyers and Law Firms.

Join the Lawyer Referral Engine for your global / international / cross-border outsourcing needs.

Does your client have a legal problem outside your area of expertise or jurisdiction around the world? No problem. Simply refer them to the WLA’s Lawyer Referral Engine.

You collect a $30 fee for the WLA from each reference that has a consultation and pay 15% of fees collected on retained referred matters.