Network Affiliations

In addition to our broad experience in the Texas market, Gardere is affiliated with a strong team of trusted attorneys and firms throughout the world. This allows us to efficiently serve our clients with operations outside our immediate scope. We are an integral part of the following groups:

  • With a goal of leveraging collective resources to expand the range of services provided to clients, the Lone Star Legal Network brings together a diverse group of independent law firms operating around Texas. In this dynamic and expanding market, through Gardere, clients can access a broad variety of experience to meet their evolving needs.
  • The Southern Law Network is comprised of 2,700 attorneys from leading law firms with offices in 13 states, including Alabama, Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. For more information, contact Dwight Francis.
  • With our expansion in and deep commitment to Mexico City, we help clients connect in other countries to the rapidly growing regions of North, Central and South America with the Latin American Network. Comprised of major law firms focusing on energy, telecommunications and infrastructure development, we are connected to practitioners who are respected lawyers and subject matter experts in their regions. For more information, contact Charlie Meacham.
  • The U.S. European Network is an organization of leading independent law firms headquartered in key North American and European legal markets. Initiated in 1989 as a forum for improving contacts among leading firms on both sides of the Atlantic, the Network’s geographic coverage has expanded to the extent that member firms are now able to provide legal advice in all major European jurisdictions, as well as throughout the U.S. and Canada. As members, we have been able to forge trusted working relationships with highly skilled lawyers on the ground in markets where our clients do business. For more information, contact Steve Good or Charlie Meacham.

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