The Euro-American Lawyers Group (EALG) is an association of law firms founded in 1985. The members of EALG believe that they can best serve their clients' interests overseas by co-operating with like-minded firms who have local knowledge of and immediate access to the legal system operating in their own jurisdictions.

EALG's philosophy is that local representation is vital in today's dynamic market where both legislation and commercial practice are changing regularly at both national and international levels.
Since its inception in 1985 EALG has steadily developed and now comprises appr 400 lawyers working in 28 different jurisdictions. Each member has their own network of local contacts.

With members throughout Europe, Scandinavia, the United States and Central America, EALG provides excellent communication to many of the important commercial centres of the world.

EALG has a formal structure with a management committee, which meets quarterly. The group as a whole meets twice a year. Between meetings, group members work together in working parties on matters of mutual interest.

A newsletter "Interview" is produced on behalf of the group and circulated by members to their clients, thereby assisting them in keeping abreast with commercial developments in other important business jurisdictions.

All the firms representing the group are recognized providers of legal services in their own regions and have access to a wide range of business connections, resources and technologies. Membership to the group is by invitation only and admission requires the approval of all the members.

The principal object of the group is to enable members to provide their clients with a first class, cost effective legal service in the leading commercial jurisdictions of Europe, Scandinavia and in the United States.

Anyone who would like to know more about the group or the services which its members can provide, please contact the chairman or one of the group members directly in order to obtain further information.

To know more about the associated countries, please consult our directory.





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