Legislative Review and Development
Our consultants have a wealth of experience reviewing and developing laws in 25 countries over the past 20 years, involving continental, islamic, customary and mixed legal systems.
We understand the process from beginning to end and know how to conduct consultations with public and private interests at all levels, developing a comprehensive view of the legal framework and offering sound advice based on a comparative best practice assessments.
Legal Strategies and Tools
Law is a tool for management and strategic planning is a critical first step in designing improvements to legal systems. There is no single best answer and we understand that true strategies employ a variety of tools to achieve their goals.
Our consultants are well-versed in the use of strategic planning matrices and capable of identifying appropriate legal tools to implement defined strategies.
International agreements is an area of increasing concern for the public and private sphere. As more and more businesses operate internationally and as resource concerns become part of regional and global efforts, so too increases the need to engage with international agreements in a variety forms.
We assist governments in identifying international treaties that address specific resource concerns, analyze existing national legislation to determine current compliance, and prepare any documentation, draft legislation, and/or report on action items to meet compliance requirements.
Comparative Legal Analyses
Legal Atlas is founded on the principle of making sound, well principled comparisons. Our platform and network of researchers allows us to rapidly compile and review laws for critical content on a regional or global basis.
We apply the same principles to our consulting as we use in our award winning legal intelligence platform. We understand how legal systems work and to use technology to help uncover the details that matter.
Capacity Building for Judiciary and Legal Service Professionals
Legal Atlas has years of experience working with professionals around the world to help them improve legal service delivery, judicial management practices, legal assessments, monitoring, and development procedures.
This includes working with regulatory staff who are well-versed in resource management and need better grounding in legal drafting, as well as legal professionals responsible for resources not typically taught in law schools.
In our capacity building work, we stive to support all forms of government modernization programs that include capacity building for public agency staff, in particular court administrations and ministries, but may include training of private firms and lawyers where public agencies outsource legal services.
Legislative Feasibility Studies
Legislative feasibility studies provide an understanding of the costs of implementing proposed legislation in terms of human resources, time, finances, and other impacts or costs.
Let the professionals at Legal Atlas help you assess the practical impacts of law. The results can be used to revise regulatory practices, improve budgeting processes, or even change primary legislation.