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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.

38+ 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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Ties strengthened at Vancouver AGM

Hong Kong, 22 May 2024: More than 100 delegates from around the world, including BC&C Managing Partner Alex Liu, attended Ally Law’s 2024 AGM in Vancouver for five days of meetings and networking. Attendees enjoyed discussions on marketing, business development and practice management, while there was a workshop focusing on enhancing firm culture. As well, […]

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The good, the bad and the elderly

Hong Kong, 16 May 2024: “I get up every day and don’t let the old man in.” Defiant words about ageing from Clint Eastwood as he prepares to turn 94 while working on his latest movie. Stubborn and stoic, this is one of Hollywood’s archetypal Western heroes refusing to contemplate that final ride into the […]

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Law & More: Episode 40 – Victor Dawes SC

Hong Kong, 14 May 2024: In this episode, we meet Victor Dawes SC, who reflects on his upbringing in Hong Kong, university days in London and his first steps in the legal profession as a young barrister. He also sheds light on the work of the Hong Kong Bar Association and his role as Chairman. […]

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Top court upholds LNC regime

By Alex Liu Hong Kong, 3 May 2024: Police operations that involve issuing “letters of no consent” to effectively freeze suspicious bank accounts are lawful, the Court of Final Appeal has ruled. In endorsing a Court of Appeal judgment issued a year ago, Hong Kong’s top court has closed the book on a landmark challenge […]

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Appeal principles clarified by CFA

By Colin Cohen Hong Kong, 2 May 2024: In a landmark judgment that sees a housewife win her legal battle to overturn a conviction for shoplifting, the Court of Final Appeal has given clear direction on what a judge must consider when hearing an appeal arising from the Magistrates’ Court. The top court concluded the […]

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