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The world is our office

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.

35+ years of legal experience is just a click away.

Friendly and approachable, we are ready to answer your questions and offer you sound advice.

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A tough job, judging by the political climate

Hong Kong, 13 January 2021: The world was a simpler place in September 2010. In Barrack Obama, the US had a first-term President who appeared intent on unifying the country; David Cameron was the newly elected Prime Minister of a UK firmly established as a seasoned member of the EU, he didn’t appear the sort […]

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Cookies and what you need to know

By Allison Lee Hong Kong, 12 January 2021: Cookies, also known as HTTP Cookies, are text files which are stored on a user’s computer to enable website owners to identity the user’s computer or electronic device. They are generally used by website owners to track a user’s online behaviour or interaction with websites. These text […]

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Peace at last for sisters who ‘didn’t exist’

By Wendy Kwan Hong Kong, 11 January 2021: It is hard to believe that a significant number of people in Hong Kong have never had their birth registered. It means they exist without a birth certificate and are forced to live life under the radar with no ID card or passport. They cannot attend school […]

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We are still not learning our lessons

Hong Kong, 6 January 2021: Welcome back to my weekly missive, I hope you all had a pleasant festive season. It is usual at this time to make New Year’s resolutions in the interests of self-improvement. I’m no different, except my undertakings are pledged on behalf of the collective “we” – that is our community […]

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BC&C lawyers recognised for pro bono efforts

Hong Kong, 4 January 2021: Boase Cohen & Collins’ commitment to helping wider society has been underscored with seven awards in the Law Society of Hong Kong’s 2020 Pro Bono and Community Work Recognition Programme. Senior Partner Colin Cohen, Partners Alex Liu and Lisa Wong and co-founder Melville Boase each received Gold Awards for completing […]

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