What is Interlaw?

Interlaw is an elite network of corporate law firms in major cities around the world. Each member firm is an established independent firm in its state or country, and all share a common goal of providing the best legal service possible to clients around the globe.

Interlaw offers access to more than 8,000 lawyers worldwide. Only one law firm from one city is permitted to participate in the Interlaw network. In the U.S., it is usually limited to one firm per state. Interlaw vigorously screens its member firms to ensure clients receive the high caliber legal assistance to which they are accustomed. For more information, visit interlaw.com.

Woods Rogers is a member of the Interlaw network as its representative firm in Virginia.

How does Interlaw benefit Woods Rogers clients?

Chambers & Partners ranks Interlaw as a global elite legal network. Interlaw’s member firms have reputations of providing high quality legal services. Because there is a close relationship of mutual trust between member firms, they work together to provide clients with excellent service and legal counsel.

Being a part of the Interlaw network allows Woods Rogers to better support our existing clients who have growing national and international legal needs. Our attorneys can help facilitate and coordinate cross-state and overseas representation through this network of trusted firms. The firm has represented clients in more than 15 countries in Europe, Asia, Canada, and Mexico. 

President Dan Summerlin says, “Having a network of firms around the world who we know well and trust is helpful to both our business and individual clients. Interlaw also provides our attorneys access to national and world-renowned attorneys in their respective practice areas to further enhance our capabilities.”


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