On March 26, 2019 Eurojuris announced that it recognizes Asiajuris as an affiliated member of Eurojuris International Network. Asiajuris is an association of independent law firms and legal consultancies located in Asia.
Eurojuris, in line with its global expansion plans has identified Asia as an important jurisdiction to strengthen its global presence, and has accordingly accepted Asiajuris as its affiliate. Being an affiliate member of Eurojuris, Asiajuris will represent Eurojuris within Asia. Asiajuris was founded to become the home of some of the existing and now newly joining law firms in Asia.
Asiajuris is proud to become one of the few network organizations, which entitles its members to have a dual membership in two international organizations, covering both Asia and Europe. This will benefit its members to attend various professional events and programs to be conducted anywhere by these two organizations.
Asia is recognized for its growing opportunities in all areas which require the need for specialized legal services. With the new international association with Asiajuris, Eurojuris links its already efficient and successful network in Europe and the Americas with Asia, opening considerable opportunities for it is existing members and giving access to its highly qualified professional member firms for the new Asian members and vice versa.
The chairman of Asiajuris Mr. Kamthorn Ounhirunskul, Partner of legal firm Kamthorn Surachet & Somsak commented “by joining Eurojuris, we are connecting Asia with countries world-wide. This most recent development signifies our dynamic approach to finding ways to help our clients manage their business and take advantage of the opportunities that the global marketplace has to offer through the network”.
Asiajuris Vice-President, Mr. Naveen Indrakanti, Managing Director of CRESCO Legal Consultancy FZ-LLC added “Joining Eurojuris benefits all our Asiajuris firms, wherever they are located, further advancing the ability to simplify the process of being represented in multiple countries”.