offices

London

London

99 Gresham St London, England EC2V 7NG

P +44 20 7710 9800 F +44 20 7710 9801

Lawyers in London

Located in the heart of London’s financial district, the Curtis London law office was established in the mid-1970s.

Curtis London offers both UK and U.S. law advice across a range of industry sectors. The attorneys in London have a notable depth of experience in advising clients on mergers and acquisitions and other corporate work, in private equity and venture capital, joint ventures and investment funds, PPP/PFI, infrastructure development and project finance and dispute resolution services, including international arbitration and litigation.

We also offer high-class capabilities in public international law, energy, funds and private placements. Our clients range from corporations and financial institutions, governments and state-owned companies to startups.

In keeping with Curtis’ international profile and culture, most lawyers in the London office are multilingual and work closely with colleagues from the firm’s other locations to provide clients with both international expertise and local knowledge. The Curtis London attorneys can offer clients multijurisdictional, internationally oriented and experienced lawyers and are thus well equipped to handle an array of complex and unique legal assignments.

As one of our first European locations, the London office plays a key role in the development of Curtis’ rapidly expanding international practice, particularly in Africa. Curtis London is a hub for client representation and the provision of business services support for the firm's offices across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Lawyers in London

Located in the heart of London’s financial district, the Curtis London law office was established in the mid-1970s.

"The team has a niche working with countries from emerging markets."

Legal 500: UK 2019 London Dispute Resolution

L500 leading firm uk 2019 1
Chambers Global 2019 firm

"Significant experience representing states and state-owned entities in local and international courts."

Chambers Global 2019

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