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Whether you are expanding your business, establishing operations in new markets or drafting contracts, the UK legal sector is on hand to support your commercial interests at home and abroad.

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Legal Services are GREAT: campaign launch speech

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The purpose of the campaign is to showcase the benefits of the UK’s legal services sector to international businesses.

The UK has an internationally recognised legal services sector. Quality, skill and rigour are practiced across the UK’s three jurisdictions: England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

English law is pro-business

English law is the most popular choice of law in the world for commercial contracts and it governs about 40% of all global corporate arbitrations. English law provides the clarity, flexibility and certainty that your business needs.

Resolving disputes quickly and cost-effectively

People across the world choose London as the place to resolve their disputes. At the London Court of International Arbitration 80% of parties are from overseas.

When business disputes arise, you will find top legal expertise to advise on the best approach to resolving issues in the quickest, least costly manner including through mediation, arbitration or in the courts.

UK legal practitioners have vast international expertise

UK law firms and chambers offer an international network of talent to help you navigate your cross-border deals. Through professional partnerships across the globe, these legal experts will support all the legal needs of your business, wherever you are located.

UK judges are respected internationally

The UK offers modern courts and respected judgments on which your business can rely.

UK judges are respected internationally for their intellect, independence and commercial expertise. Most judges are drawn from the ranks of practising barristers. This means they bring a practical understanding of the commercial matters they are judging.

For more information contact legalservicesaregreat@justice.gov.uk

 

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