About Osborne Clarke

We are an international legal practice, firmly focused on our market sectors in which we have genuine depth of expertise, and our goal is simple: to help our clients succeed in tomorrow’s world.

We do not aim to be "everything to everybody" – simply, just excellent in our chosen sectors. Within those, we offer a full-service complement of primary and supporting skill sets, from Tax through to Immigration.

We have been around for more than 250 years and have a global reach, with presence across Europe, Asia and the US, comprising more than 900 lawyers in 23 offices across 12 jurisdictions. We provide our clients with consistently high standards of service and cross-border legal advice from a fully commercial perspective that is tailored to their sector and relevant to the business.

As lawyers that operate in the Digital Business sector, we see innovation and technology driving an unparalleled convergence between businesses, people and things.

That is why we have positioned ourselves in the key centres of innovation – Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Singapore, Shanghai, Mumbai, London and Berlin among others. We advise a wide spectrum of clients across these markets, from the newest “disrupters” to world-class global businesses, which fuels our deep sector knowledge.

We work closely with clients on a relationship basis, not just supporting them for transactional, financing and investment projects but on key strategic, regulatory, IP, data and other advisory matters at the core of their business.

Our lawyers deliver genuine expertise covering the entire range of Digital disciplines including Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Payments and FinTech, 3D Printing, Digital Health and beyond.”


Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia

The Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia (CEBCLA) facilitates research in all areas of commercial law especially in the Asian context. CEBCLA aims to be the leading Asian centre of research in commercial law which is informed by a variety of research methods including doctrinal, theoretical, empirical, historical and comparative perspectives.  The goal is that CEBCLA will act as the meeting point and first port of call for scholars, leading practitioners, governments and policy makers pursuing rigorous, informed and significant research in commercial law in Asia.