The Clients’ Choice for Top Ranked Law Firms
Using unique algorithms based on the quality of firm rankings to produce aggregated tables of the top ranked firms by region, jurisdiction and practice area, worldwide.
Featured Top Ranked Firms
Carey is Chile’s largest full-service law firm, with more than 270 legal professionals. The corporate, litigation and regulatory groups comprise specialised attorneys and who practice in all areas of law.
Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen
Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen is one of Denmark's leading corporate law firms with strong international relations and expertise within M&A, private equity and venture capital, real estate and distressed M&A.
Kegels & Co
Kegels & Co law firm handles commercial law matters and matters related to the transport industry, international trade, related customs, banking and insurance.
L Papaphilippou & Co
L Papaphilippou & Co LLC is a leading international firm in Cyprus. clients includes regulatory bodies, local and international banking and financial institutions, insurance, shipping and listed companies, multinationals and high net-worth individuals.
Lenz & Staehelin
With over 200 lawyers and offices in three major economic centres, Lenz & Staehelin is one of the largest law firms in Switzerland. Known for its high professional standards, the firm provides its domestic and international clients with a full range of services in the main areas of law.
Schellenberg Wittmer is one of the leading Swiss business law firms. Over 150 lawyers in Zurich, Geneva and Singapore advise domestic and international clients on all aspects of business law.
Headquartered in Singapore, WongPartnership has offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Yangon and is a leading provider of legal services in ASEAN, China and the Middle East.
S Horowitz & Co
Founded in 1921, S. Horowitz & Co is one of Israel’s leading law firms. the firm offers corporate, commercial and dispute resolution services to the international and Israeli business and financial communities.
With offices in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Brussels Gleiss Lutz is one of Germany's leading law firms. The firm comprises more than 300 lawyers, 87 of whom are partners.
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas is the largest full service Indian law firm comprising about 750 lawyers in 6 offices in India. the firm advises on large cross border M&A matters, private equity, real estate, IBC mandates and disputes.
Kobre & Kim
Kobre & Kim is completely focused on disputes and investigations. The firm has a reputation as being conflict-free and able to advocate in situations involving overlapping institutional interests across multiple jurisdictions.
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
The oldest full service law firm on Malta and a leader in maritime, commercial, corporate, tax, mergers and acquisitions, asset and corporate finance, ship finance, financial services, FinTech, regulatory, aviation, intellectual property, employment, i-gaming and TMT law.
Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uria
PPU has offices in Santiago (Chile), Bogota and Barranquilla (Colombia), and Lima (Peru). The firm has over 400 lawyers specialising in 13 practice areas.
Studio Legale VILDE Villata Degli Esposti e Associati
Studio VILDE is a leading firm in administrative law with offices in Milan, Rome, Bologna and Padua
Deep & Far
Having gained reputable achievements in the IP field, including patent and trademark prosecution and litigation, the firm has built departments for corporate matters and general laws.
Upon the sanitary emergency triggered by COVID-19 and the consequential slowdown for commerce and the economy in general, it is likely that many companies will lack the liquidity to face payments for their creditors, suppliers, personnel, etc. In the face of such an issue, companies might ensure financing via short-term loans, provisions, shareholders’ equity, renegotiation […]
A series of emergency measures were announced by the European Commission (“EC”) in coordination with the European Parliament, Council and the European Central Bank to cater for the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly (i) the shock resulting from China’s initial economic contraction in Q1 2020 (ii) the supply shock to the EU and global economy related to […]