Our clients' success is our success.
Butler Snow Advisory Services, LLC, (BSA) was formed in 2011 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Butler Snow LLP, an internationally recognized law firm. Like our parent company, BSA was founded on the principles of teamwork and internal collaboration – a philosophy that governs each and every engagement. We understand that your success is our success, and we partner together internally and with each client to provide expert business advice.
In addition to our team’s expertise, as a part of the larger Butler Snow family, BSA has the advantage of access to resources and networks that put our company ahead of the competition. Our team approach allows us to utilize resources from across the Butler Snow network to match your business needs with the expertise required. As a result, our clients benefit from strategic counsel, innovative solutions and efficient execution – all from an extensive, reputable network of professionals.
A few of the Butler Snow advantages include access to a legal network that boasts:
- 325+ attorneys
- 24 offices across the United States and in Asia and the United Kingdom
- client representation in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as internationally in more than 25 countries around the globe
- extensive business knowledge in a wealth of industries, including telecommunications, technology, banking and finance, healthcare, oil and gas and manufacturing
We share a commitment to serving the communities in which we live.
The Butler Snow Advisory team understands the importance of civic responsibility, and many of our team members are active in their respective communities. In addition, BSA supports the Butler Snow Foundation, an organization founded by the law firm in 1997. The Foundation funds worthy causes or social services organizations in communities served by the Butler Snow family. Since its inception, the Foundation has supported organizations such as Mission First, Habitat for Humanity, Youth Life Learning Centers, Mississippi Episcopal AIDS Committee, Hands-on-Memphis and the Boys & Girls Club of the Gulf Coast and has given more than $650,000 to support their missions.