Law firm Halsbury Chambers has been admitted to membership in the International Lawyers Network. ILN is an association of 85 high-quality, full-service law firms with over 4,200 lawyers world wide. The Network provides clients with easily accessible legal services in 61 countries on six continents.
Halsbury points out that ILN membership requires firms to maintain a global outlook, and to be staffed by attorneys expert in a broad range of practice areas.
International Lawyers Network member firms offer expertise in a broad range of practice areas, including:
· corporate and commercial law
· securities law
· commercial litigation
· employment and expatriate law
· government contracting
· intellectual property law
· estate planning and administration
· alternative dispute resolution
Through its established network referral system, ILN member firms have immediate access to a broad range of lawyers; it promotes its “responsive representation around the world” as a key benefit of membership.
Halsbury Chambers is a multidisciplinary, commercial law practice, established in December 2000 by Mr. W. A. Branville McCartney, a former Acting Magistrate and civil litigation lawyer. The firm expanded its scope and practice of the law with the admission of Mr. Alexander Berkley Ferguson, a civil and commercial litigation lawyer, and Mr. Tyrone L. E. Fitzgerald, a corporate and commercial lawyer, to the partnership of the firm, in July 2001.