Thursday, 19 May 2011

Alexander Racini & Associates: Foundation, History & Success

Alexander Racini & Associates
Foundation and History of our International Law Firm

Alexander Racini & Associates is an International Law Firm of Franco American origin. The original name is Racine, located in England and France, is of Old French origin, the meaning is also from Old French and Middle English "raison", reasoning, intellectual power, which in turn comes from the Latin "ratio" , a derivative of "RERI" for the word think. The name was probably first introduced to England by the Normans in the aftermath of the conquest in 1066, and was re-introduced later by the French Huguenots fleeing religious persecution in France in the late XVI and XVII. In England, the name was anglicized  in variant forms Resun, Reasun, Racine, Reason and Rayson. You can read the full story of the origin and etymology of Racines on our site for France click here (description available in French only).

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Professor Alexander Racini is the current CEO President for Alexander Racini & Associates International Law Firm, the impeccable academic and educational Background of Professor Alexander Racini has been the fundamental key for the rapid and successful expansion of the Firm, to be recognized at the present time worldwide as the Franco American law firm of  highest  expansion in the world.

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We are the only international law firm who now works in the main and most important cities of the world, at the present time we have more than 2,000 lawyers located in each point on the globe. Due to the organizational structure that has our Law Firm we can provide legal advice to all our customers worldwide from small civil, commercial,criminal or tax cases to the largest business Corporations established in any region or province internationally.


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