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Latin-America Guide

Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite (Legal Networks) — Latin America-wide

Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 82

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 61 

About this network: A network that provides extensive coverage of the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australasia. It holds regional and annual meetings and conducts a quality review of each member every three years. It has active practice teams focusing on areas including energy, arbitration and real estate and also facilitates secondments among its members. One source says: "We're extremely pleased with the firms in the network, they have very responsive lawyers and their information is invaluable." Michael Siebold is chair of the network and a key contact.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 148

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 145

About this network: Widely considered a premier network, Lex Mundi is one of the most well-known referral networks. It undertakes regular reviews of members firms to ensure quality, and provides initiatives for junior partners and associates to encourage cohesion among the members. The network organises several meetings annually as well as training events to provide its members with business development and marketing support. Carl Anduri is president of the network and a key contact.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 169

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 90

About this network: This strong network has a long-standing reputation in the market and groups together mid-market law firms from over 75 countries. It concentrates on providing members with high-quality international support, with a growing focus on regional initiatives. One source says: "The members I've used have been incredibly responsive, the quality is very good, and they understand the business needs of the company and give me good practical advice." In addition to membership vetting, other initiatives such as the young lawyers programme encourage engagement within the organisation and with other members. Tanna Moore is president and CEO of the network and a key contact.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 151

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 91

About this network: This extensive network has recently added member firms in jurisdictions including Denmark, Egypt, Bulgaria and Malta. Members frequently co-ordinate with each other to provide clients with local expertise on cross-border mandates. It organises regular conferences which include initiatives such as member panels to improve information sharing amongst the firms. The TAG Academy offers courses and conferences to improve technical knowledge and professional development for its members. The network has an affiliation with the International Accounting Group, which offers clients accountancy support in over 65 countries. Chris Cervellera is a key contact at TAGLaw.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 139

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 114

About this network: This network combines significant membership in the USA with a large member base internationally. It supports many middle-market companies with local legal expertise across various countries. Members tend to be full-service firms, which allows the network to cultivate several practice groups to enhance relationships as well as to develop new business. The network has recently started a young lawyers initiative to improve member relationships at a junior level. Tim Shannon is a key contact at the network.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 51

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 47

About the network: The network continues to grow and has added members from Latin America as well as China and Vietnam. It has notable representation in the Americas, Asia and Europe. The network places significant emphasis on participation to improve members' familiarity and engagement with the network. Members attend at least one meeting a year and the network has established a global internship programme to provide lawyers with international expertise. Members are asked to report referrals twice annually and are regularly reviewed to ensure a similar standard of quality across the network is maintained. Shelley Boyes is a key contact at the network.

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Leading Law Firm Networks: The Elite - Latin America-wide

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From the Chambers Latin America guide

Number of member firms: 115

Number of firms ranked in Chambers guides: 107

About this network: This network combines a large number of professional services firms in the legal, accountancy and investment banking sectors, allowing members to maximise business opportunities and exchange knowledge and best practices. The law firm members provide clients with comprehensive coverage across the globe, with firms often combining their resources to assist with complex cross-border mandates. The network arranges a number of practice-specific meetings for members to share information, knowledge and improve relationships, and has established a number of industry groups in areas such as: aviation; mining; and technology, media and communications. Maricarmen Trujillo is the network's COO and a key contact.

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