The IBLC

An international alliance of select law offices

with impeccable reputations for service-oriented professionalism, global perspective and local knowledge.

Perspectives

Some Perspectives on IBLC

Goals

The International Business Law Consortium (IBLC) is an international alliance of select law practices with impeccable reputations for service-oriented professionalism, providing clients with experienced counsel and innovative solutions.

History

Established in 1996 by the CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES, the IBLC has grown to currently bring together independent law, tax, and consultancy offices in 90 locations with more than 1900 professionals across the globe.

Optimised Service

The IBLC’s Members combine local acumen with international perspective and work together for the cost- and time-effective delivery of independent advice and concerted transnational representation.

Trust and Growth

The IBLC offers Members the advantage of trusted international business contacts and a platform from which to translate their local expertise and know how into international capabilities.

Business Development

The IBLC does not focus solely on referrals or joint representations, although membership inevitably entails some impact on the exchange of business. The IBLC does not preclude its Members working with other law offices. IBLC Members are linked by their common interest in deepening their knowledge, broadening their business contacts internationally and supporting legal educational, professional development and client service.

Membership

IBLC Membership is available on an exclusive basis, with not more than one Member admitted per city (MTA) and extended only on the basis of invitation by the CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES.

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