The 14th annual edition of Asialaw Profiles provides readers with the most accessible guide yet to Asia’s legal jurisdictions and its leading law firms.
Published in association with asialaw.com, corporate counsel’s leading online guide to legal developments in the region, Asialaw Profiles is essential reading for corporate executives, in-house counsel and anyone with a professional interest in Asia.
Since it was first published in 1996, Asia Law & Practice’s flagship legal guidebook has reported on the largest deals and the most significant people moves from around the region. Asialaw Profiles remains the leading annual guide to the legal professions of the Asia-Pacific and, unlike other publications of a similar ilk, is researched, written and edited by a team of journalists based in the region who know the region.
As with previous years, the benchmark guide combines an extensive law firm directory with independently-written editorial commentary on the legal markets of Australia, Brunei Darussalam, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
As always, the editorial sections in each chapter of Asialaw Profiles are completely independent from the directory sections of the publication. Each chapter is extensively researched and written, providing readers with insightful analysis of the driving forces behind the legal markets in each jurisdiction.
The directory sections present information that has been supplied by the law firms unless otherwise stated. Law firms in all countries were invited to participate in both the editorial and directory sections. Editorial coverage is provided independently of whether or not a particular firm purchased a directory listing.
NEW for 2010 edition
- More comprehensive analysis of the legal markets of Australia, Brunei Darussalam, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam
- Top tier rankings based on comprehensive methodology
- Litigation guides in each of the 16 Asia-Pacific jurisdictions
Australia, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Latin America & North America
T: (+852) 2842 6945
Hong Kong, India, China, Taiwan, Central Asia & Africa
T: (+852) 2842 6927
South-East Asia, the Middle East & Europe
T: (+852) 2842 6966