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The Legal 500 (2008)
"IFLC has a team of lawyers whose depth of experience and dual qualifications enable them to offer a truly international service to clients for financial and children matters. David Truex heads the team which has German, US, Swedish and Australian capabilities "

Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession (2007)
"IFLC is one of the leaders in the field. David Truex is obviously extremely switched on, fights his client's corner well [and] what he does, he does better than anyone else"

Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession (2003-2004)
“The International Family Law Chambers embraces the increasing globalisation of [family law], acting for English businessmen abroad and overseas clients in the UK, while also advising other lawyers on cross-border disputes.”

The Legal 500 (2002)
"International Family Law Chambers, which specialises exclusively in international family work, is a collective of lawyers variously dual-qualified in England and Wales, Australia, Germany and Sweden. The firm is praised for its expertise in multi-jurisdiction litigation and international forum disputes. Head of Practice, David Truex is well respected within the profession."

The Legal 500 (1999)
"David Truex and Company, headed by David Truex, has an excellent reputation built upon the firm's Anglo-Australian cross-jurisdictional work".

Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession (1996 - 1997)
"David Truex and Company are [a] small practice with a good reputation".

The Lawyer Interview 23 April 1996 (David Truex)
"I consider myself a passionate man, but, of course, a lawyer first." © Charles Barsotti, The New Yorker, in response to the question 'What do you like/hate about yourself?'

The Bulletin Interview 17 October 1995 (David Truex)
"Truex's practice has been growing steadily since he set up office in London five years ago...[He] urges greater co-operation between countries in resolving international child custody, abduction and other family law cases."


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