TAGLaw in the Press


Following the launch of its innovative new mobile website, TAGLaw was recently featured in Lawdragon. According to the article, users of TAGLaw's mobile website can search the alliance's database of more than 145 firms by location, practice area, industry and language. 

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New mobile website allows users to search alliance of 9,000 lawyers from more than 145 independent firms around the world.

TAGLaw® has recently launched a mobile website. The new mobile website (m.TAGLaw.com), accessible from smart phones, mirrors the functionally of the TAGLaw website, but in an easy to use mobile-friendly format.

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TAGLaw was recently featured in The Global Legal Post.  The article, "Technology Helps Mid-sized Law Firm Growth," reports results from a survey of mid-size law firms conducted by TAGLaw and Georgetown University. 

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St. Petersburg, Florida, USA (March 13, 2013) – TAGLaw®, a worldwide alliance of independent law firms, announced that it has been recognized as an “Elite” network in the Chambers Global 2013 rankings guide for legal networks. With over 145 member firms operating out of more than 300 offices in more than 80 countries, TAGLaw is one of more than 30 global legal networks, but one of only six to receive the highest ranking of “Elite” in Chambers Global.

In selecting networks for their Elite award status, Chambers pays particular attention to the quality of the firms in the network and to their global reach. TAGLaw, with its presence in over 80 countries has leading firms in each jurisdiction providing legal services to companies ranging from the Fortune 1000 to local businesses. With experience in more than 20 practice areas and dozens of industries, TAGLaw offers a formidable capability to its member's clients.

Read more: TAGLaw Awarded Elite Ranking in Chambers Global 2013 for Legal Networks


TAGLaw was recently featured in ABA Journal. The article, "Midsize Firms See Culture as a Recruiting Tool," reports TAGLaw and Georgetown University's survey findings on the hiring process in midsize law firms. 

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