Wednesday, 05 February 2020 17:10

Growing as a team

In 2010, the dream of nine partners became a reality and BAS Advogados was born, a firm that stands out for its "more democratic" way of working
Tuesday, 04 February 2020 14:44

The Carles Cuesta Experience

Eight years ago, José Carles and Carlos Cuesta founded their firm with their vision on how to practice law, always having in mind the best practical solutions and good relations with the client. From the beginning, Carles Cuesta was perceived as a firm capable of competing with the big names in the market
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 16:46

Successful decade

Herbert Smith Freehills opened its Spanish office 10 years ago. During this time, the international firm, which landed in Madrid in June 2009, has managed to establish itself among the top 20 firms in Spain, with a turnover of 38.3 million euros in 2018, and the highest revenue per lawyer in the market
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 14:54

United we stand

Uría Menéndez has outperformed most foreign firms in Portugal over the last two decades – Lisbon office managing partner Bernardo Ayala says the firm’s strong and cohesive” partnership, meritocratic “up or out” policy and meticulous approach to recruitment have been key factors in the firm’s rise
Wednesday, 18 December 2019 13:57

Born leader

Broseta managing partner Rosa Vidal has overseen substantial growth at the firm, she says the firm’s sector-focused approach, lateral hiring policy and international strategy have been key factors in the firm’s success
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 18:26


A small law firm in Braga that is at the centre of a cutting-edge ‘hybrid lawyer’ project is also working on a ground-breaking football transfer using blockchain – Iberian Lawyer spoke to Vieira Advogados managing partner Nuno da Silva Vieira about his pioneering work
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 18:00

Transfer window

Morais Leitão partner Paulo Rendeiro, who has advised on some of European football’s biggest transfers, says that, with the transfer system evolving dramatically, demand for legal advisers is set to increase
Tuesday, 08 October 2019 16:50

Coming of age?

Dentons, the world’s largest law firm has, so far, had a relatively small presence in Spain, but now the firm is gearing up to take on the biggest players in the market
Tuesday, 10 September 2019 17:34

Train to gain

Portuguese law firm GPA is growing rapidly with managing partner Sofia Gouveia Pereira attributing its success, in part, to a willingness to invest in training
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