Comprehensive, multidisciplinary and tailored advice to Peruvian clients and investors in neighboring jurisdictions



Av. Víctor Andrés Belaúnde, 332 (Oficina 701)
San Isidro - Lima (Perú)

+51 1 399 2600

+51 1 399 2699

[email protected]

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Garrigues Peru is one of the leading law firms in the Peruvian legal market and is a fully integrated part of the Garrigues office network in Spain, Latin America and worldwide. Since opening the Lima office in 2014, our Peruvian team, together with professionals from other Garrigues’ offices, provides a uniform service of the very highest quality, notwithstanding of the client’s location or the complexity of the matter.

We have more than 40 lawyers in Lima, capable of advising on complex legal issues. As well as expertise in the local market, the majority of our professionals have garnered considerable experience from working at international law firms in jurisdictions including Madrid, Washington, London and New York.

In addition to a solid legal team, our Lima office has an experienced financial team, strengthening our ability to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary and expert advice, supporting both local clients and investors on entering and pursuing their business in the Peruvian market, as well as in neighboring jurisdictions of interest.


Our services

M&A; Corporate; Banking and Finance; Projects and Infrastructure; Administrative and Constitutional Law; Tax; Labor and Employment; Litigation and Arbitration; Real Estate; Energy; Antitrust and Financial Regulation; Intellectual Property.

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