Among the many strengths of our Ally Law network, several come to mind almost immediately: our flexibility, our capacity for innovation, and our constant to drive to turn our knowledge and experience into positive results for our clients.
Our COVID-19 blog is a shining example of these capabilities. In response to the current global pandemic, the speed and spread of which has put unprecedented pressure on health agencies, societies and economies worldwide, our team created and launched an informative, up-to-the-minute portal for clients, highlighting articles, analyses and events from our member firms on every continent.
Ally Law focus groups are another great example of cooperation and flexibility. These delegate-created and member-driven groups provide a platform through which lawyers from across our network share information, identify emerging legal, business, economic and technology trends, and develop firm-level best practices and client-centered solutions. Our focus groups also help foster personal relationships that lead to increased referrals.
In June, our cross-border litigation and cannabis focus groups held productive and informative Zoom meetings. Over the next several months, these and other groups will hold additional online sessions, which are a great way for delegates to stay in touch in the months between our regional meetings and annual general meetings.
Finally, I would like to mention the very positive response we’ve received to our Young Leaders Development Program, which will take place from July to October. There are still several openings available for the program, and I encourage you to act quickly. Remember: Ally Law will be subsidizing two-thirds of the cost of enrollment for the first 20 firms that register their participants.
For more information on our focus groups and the Young Leaders Development Program, please contact Ally Law HQ at email@example.com.