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Boase Cohen & Collins is an active member of Ally Law, the global network of independent law firms which helps clients overcome their international legal and business challenges. 

With 2,800+ lawyers and advisors in 45+ countries, Ally Law members have in-depth proficiency in the full complement of services requisite to multinational law firms. High standards are assured through the annual evaluation of members while the network also maintains quality by seeking client feedback.

Ally Law began life as the International Alliance of Law Firms, which was established in 1990. Many of its firms have worked together for years and have formed close relationships built on trust and high standards. The organisation was rebranded as Ally Law in 2016. It has expanded to all corners of the globe and continues to add new and important jurisdictions each year.

At Boase Cohen & Collins, it means we can offer our clients legal assistance overseas with a winning combination of local knowledge and international reach. Ally Law has none of the overheads associated with multinational legal firms. Rates are set locally according to each market, meaning clients get the best of both worlds – excellent international service at reasonable cost.

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Criminal Law Lecture reaches global audience

Hong Kong, 20 September 2021: Lord Ken Macdonald QC enthralled a global audience with his insight and observations into academic freedoms when he delivered the fourth HKU-Boase Cohen & Collins Criminal Law Lecture on Friday. His talk, “Free Speech in Universities”, examined how a combination of the UK government’s anti-terrorism legislation and a transatlantic “cancel […]

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Welcome to our 2021 trainees

Hong Kong, 17 September 2021: Boase Cohen & Collins extends a warm welcome to the firm’s latest Trainee Solicitor, Jasmine Kwong. She follows in the footsteps of colleague Gabriel Brettell who joined earlier this year. BC&C Senior Partner Colin Cohen is delighted to have the two new recruits on board. “Since we were founded in […]

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Old backdrop to a new political order

Hong Kong, 15 September 2021: “If you build it, they will come.” It’s a quote adapted from the classic 1989 film Field of Dreams in which a corn farmer in Iowa (played by Kevin Costner) risks his livelihood to construct a baseball diamond on his land and the ghosts of past players arrive to take […]

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China gets tough on data protection

By Allison Lee Hong Kong, 10 September 2021: China’s long-awaited data privacy legislation, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), will take effect on 1 November. While the law does not directly apply to Hong Kong, which has its own Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, it does have extraterritorial application, meaning companies in Hong Kong and elsewhere […]

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BC&C student prize winner announced

Hong Kong, 9 September 2021: BC&C Partner Usha Casewell has praised the continuing excellence of the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law after presenting the firm’s annual student prize. The Boase Cohen & Collins Prize in Accounts and Financial Management was awarded to outstanding scholar Jackie Leung, who recently completed her Postgraduate Certificate in […]

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