Our regional heritage and local knowledge – combined with a transatlantic outlook – generate the insights capable of unlocking more opportunities for our clients.
With 24 offices on both sides of the Atlantic, we provide the breadth of legal experience and services to meet our clients’ needs without losing the intimacy of being connected to our different communities.
These strong local and regional ties enable us to remain close to our clients and the issues they care about.
With teams located across the US and the UK, and networks and relationships around the world, we bring an international perspective and extended jurisdictional reach to a wide range of client needs — a powerful combination that presents a compelling alternative to other firms.
It all adds up to hands-on, switched-on lawyers and professionals with the ability to deliver intelligent, grounded and pragmatic advice that our clients need to feel confident and succeed at home, across the Atlantic and around the world.
Who We Are
We bring an entrepreneurial approach to an increasingly connected world.
Womble Bond Dickinson is a forward thinking practice with the energy, drive and determination to keep pace with our clients and a focus on delivering the relevant services they need.
Our lawyers and professionals have shared ambitions, common values and a flexible working style that combine with strong personal connections to deliver outstanding levels of client service across every office, every day.
Collaboration provides a fertile ground for exploring new ways to better serve our clients, where we find new ways of working; use technology to drive practice innovations; and invest in our people to ensure we deliver high quality, cost-effective and personal service.
A way of working that delivers more integrated solutions, speed and quality advice to help our clients advance and protect their interests from both sides of the Atlantic.
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