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Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. selected as 2014 ALFA member firm of the year

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. was selected as the 2014 Member Firm of the Year of ALFA International, the global legal network. This award is given to a member firm each year in recognition of outstanding contribution to ALFA International. With 145 member firms in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and Africa, ALFA International is the premier global network of independent law firms. ALFA International’s success is driven by its members’ broad, deep, local relationships both in the United States and throughout the world. ALFA International’s mission is to provide clients with high-quality, cost-efficient legal services worldwide.

The ALFA International model allows our firm to use our local expertise to deliver highly effective legal solutions, while drawing upon the collective wisdom and experience of other member firms within the United States and around the world as needed. Young Moore and Henderson clients’ also benefit from a wide range of unsurpassed educational programming including: seminars, webinars, legal compendia, etc.

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