About Us

We are an international alliance of specialist PR firms who are experts in crisis and litigation communications counsel in our respective jurisdictions.

We come together when it makes strategic sense to collaborate on cross-border matters and when clients seek the reassurance of excellent and expert partners overseas.

What we do

We support clients and their legal teams with communications strategies during highly charged, high-profile, dynamic scenarios.

Our member firms share:

 

  • A professional specialisation and proven track record in crisis and litigation communications
  • A commitment to the principle that clients benefit from senior practitioners’ hands-on involvement in client work
  • An ability to assess the interests and needs of all stakeholders to deliver effective and efficient communications
  • A preference for affiliation with other independently owned ‘local champions’ as the best framework for delivering results overseas.

 

Our aim is simple: regardless of its locale, when a crisis occurs or conflicting interests develop, CLCA clients will benefit from the know-how of our individual member firms acting together to provide seamless and timely communications counsel in times of difficulty or dispute.

Office Locations
Zurich University of Applied Sciences – School of Management and Law

CLCA's academic partner

Latest News

  • CLCA UK member firm Bell Yard Communications has posted a blog reflecting on discussions at the 2019 CLCA annual meeting in Amsterdam

    Despite all the shenanigans of Brexit, Bell Yard was grateful to receive a warm welcome from European colleagues last week at the annual meeting of the CLCA network (Crisis & Litigation Communicators Alliance), held in Amsterdam.

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  • CLCA’s UK member firm top-ranked for Litigation PR

    CLCA UK member firm Bell Yard Communications is delighted to be ranked as a Band 1 Litigation PR firm in the Chambers' Litigation Support Guide 2019.
    The firm already secured a lead ranking in last year’s inaugural guide and has held that position for the second year running. This year, the agency is described as “very effective” and "highly recommended."

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  • Crisis and Litigation Communicators’ Alliance expands in Asia and Europe

    Maverick (Jakarta) and Rossen & Company (Copenhagen) are the new CLCA member firms covering Indonesia and Denmark

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  • Global Network of Litigation PR Experts Grows with New Swiss Agency Partner

    The Crisis and Litigation Communicators´ Alliance (CLCA), a global network of international Litigation PR specialists expands its success in 2019 by welcoming a new member firm to its network - the highly-respected Swiss agency Cabinet Privé de Conseils (CPC), based in Geneva and Bern

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  • CLCA UK member talks about Brexit PR

    Bell Yard senior consultant Louise Beeson has been quoted in an article about how law firms are communicating around Brexit topics. There is still much uncertainty and PR is mostly about promoting expertise right now but Brexit is doubtless likely to give rise to litigation and therefore litigation PR challenges in future.

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  • CLCA members recognized in new Litigation PR ranking

    The Chambers legal directory has published its inaugural ranking of Litigation Support Advisers recognizing CLCA member firms Bell Yard and LEVICK for Litigation PR. Click here for more information

     

  • First Eastern Europe member firm for the CLCA

    The CLCA has welcomed its first member firm in Eastern Europe with Polish agency PRIMO Corporate Advisory (PCA) joining the network. 

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  • CLCA members to speak at Swiss Litigation PR summit

    The CLCA's academic partner, Professor Dr. Patrick Krauskopf and ZHAW School of Management and Law, organise a Litigation PR convention each year which will take place this year on 18th April 2018 in Winterthur, Zurich, Switzerland titled "The influence of Trump, Twitter & #fakenews on legal communications." For further information click here

     

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