Law Firm Alliance Showcased in Boston Business Journal

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In a recent article, the Boston Business Journal showcased the Law Firm Alliance (LFA), an organization in which Karr Tuttle Campbell has served as the exclusive Washington State member for many years. Founded in 2000 as a referral network for mid-size, full-service law firms, the LFA has grown to 50 carefully vetted firms in major domestic and international centers of commerce, providing member firms with much more than just referrals. The LFA has become a network within which firms can discuss topics such as management ideas, client service and business development activities.

As a member of the LFA, Karr Tuttle Campbell has access to an extremely diverse pool of attorneys. We enjoy a wealth of expertise across all practice areas without the burden of substantially higher overhead cost that comes with maintaining national and international offices in the manner of the mega firm practice model. Thus, we retain the benefits that being a mid-sized firm brings, such as a straight-forward management system with less bureaucracy that allows us to adapt more quickly to meet clients’ needs and yet can offer our clients coverage for their legal needs in a broad array of disciplines and regions.



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