With overseas offices, world-leading clients and work that traverses different countries, Ince & Co is a truly international law firm.
Located in Beijing, Cologne, Dubai, Hamburg, Hong Kong, London, Piraeus, Shanghai and Singapore, ours is a fully integrated global business – it’s common for lawyers from all of our offices to work closely together on cases. Unfortunately we can’t guarantee that you’ll be able to work abroad with us as a trainee, but opportunities do arise, depending on the case you’re working on. But even if you don’t have the opportunity, you’ll benefit from our international outlook and the experience and knowledge we continue to gain from handling cases across the world.
Ince & Co’s office in Beijing was opened in 2012 to serve the growing needs of our clients in China’s business and political capital.
We offer the services of qualified German Rechtsanwälte, as well as providing strategic advice on many issues affecting the German and international markets.
Our team includes a number of Arabic speakers who are qualified in the laws of other states in the MENA region and have rights of audience before the DIFC Courts.
As one of the busiest cities and ports, Hamburg positions itself as an international business centre, and is considered a Northern European centre for shipping.
Established in 1979, Ince & Co’s Hong Kong team of lawyers provide services of the highest standard and includes lawyers licensed to practise in China.
Ince & Co’s international network is led from our London office, based in the heart of the shipping and insurance markets that we have been serving since 1870.
Ince & Co’s Piraeus office provides advice on both English and Greek law to the maritime and commercial community of Greece and other countries in the region.
In 2000, Ince & Co established an office in Shanghai to serve the growing needs of clients wishing to do business in a country presenting great opportunities.
Singapore is one of the busiest ports in Asia, and an international maritime centre. It is also fast becoming the venue of choice for maritime law and arbitration in Asia.