About Who’s Who Legal
Since 1996 Who’s Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners in multiple areas of business law. In total, this site features over 24,000 of the world’s leading private practice lawyers and 2,500 consulting experts from over 150 national jurisdictions. We pride ourselves on the integrity and authority of our findings. It is impossible to buy entry into this publication.
Our service is designed to reduce the short-term costs incurred in finding a lawyer, but more significantly to minimise the transactional expense and risk of receiving poor counsel. We act as a reference source for companies seeking to corroborate the reputations of expert lawyers recommended by another party. However, because referrals are often lateral, we also aim to create a network among the lawyers listed, who will know the ablest lawyers in their own practice area, but may not be so familiar with other fields and countries in interdisciplinary and international transactions.
Following the success of the international publications Who’s Who Legal also publishes a series of special reports. These go into greater depth in local markets identifying the leading individuals across a number of practice areas, as well as providing further in-depth editorial analysis of each area and a breakdown of the leading firms overall.
WhosWhoLegal.com is updated frequently to reflect developments in an increasingly volatile marketplace. We would welcome any feedback that you may have.
Who’s Who Legal is published by Law Business Research Limited.
Law Business Research Ltd.
Law Business Research is an independent London-based publishing group, which provides research, analysis and reports on the international legal services marketplace. Subscribers include leading international corporations, government agencies, law firms and individual private practitioners.
In addition to Who’s Who Legal, we publish:
Global Competition Review, the international journal of competition policy and regulation.
Global Arbitration Review, the international journal of public and private arbitration.
Global Investigations Review, a unique service analysing the law and practice of international investigations.
Global Restructuring Review, a daily information service providing cross-border insolvency and restructuring news, features and events.
Latin Lawyer, the business law magazine for Latin America.
The Latin American Corporate Counsel Association (LACCA), which brings together leading in-house counsel working in the region, affording them the opportunity to interact, share ideas and best practice, and network with peers across Latin America.
The Law Reviews, providing analysis on global legal issues from leading thinkers at the world’s top law firms.
The Getting the Deal Through series, which provides comparative international analysis for corporate counsel and cross-border legal practitioners in key areas of law and policy. The growing series includes books on Corporate Governance, Merger Control, Mergers & Acquisitions, Cartel Investigation, Telecommunications, Insolvency and Restructuring, Securities Finance, Private Equity, Project Finance, Public Procurement, Oil Regulation, Gas Regulation, Mining, Patents, Trademarks, IP & Antitrust, Arbitration, Dispute Resolution, Private Antitrust Litigation.