Abreu Advogados


Abreu Advogados





(+351) 21 723 18 00 Av. das Forças Armadas 125 - 12º 1600-079 Lisboa Email


Founded in 1993, Abreu Advogados is one of the three largest law firms in Portugal, having grown from six to 190 Lawyers out of 280 employees. It has offices in Lisbon, Porto, Madeira and holds international desks on four continents, in Angola, Brazil, Cabo Verde, China/Macao, Mozambique and Timor-Leste.

As an active member of the community, Abreu Advogados ensures that its activities are socially responsible and guided by sustainability. Abreu Advogados believes it should contribute to building a culture market by spreading and promoting the values of social responsibility, to build a firm founded on sustainable development and based on the culture of the 3Qs: Human Quality, Technical Quality and Organisational Quality.

Abreu Advogados advises businesses, social enterprises and a variety of not-for-profit organisations. With lawyers active in the UN’s sustainable development program, Global Compact, and IES, a not-for-profit association which promotes social entrepreneurship, Abreu Advogados has a strong commitment to social enterprise and sustainable business, and has recently certified as a B Corp.

The Firm contends that it must conduct its activities transparently, offering clients legal services that adhere to the highest moral and quality standards, respecting people, the environment and future generations.

Mission: To deliver top legal service and added value to our clients, with respect for professional ethics and the environment, while ensuring a firm commitment to our stakeholders.

Vision: To stand as a reference to law in Portugal and globally, without losing sight of the interests of our resources and the well-being of the community.

Values: Professional and personal ethics, excellence, economic, social and environmental sustainability.

Areas of Interest

AssociationsB CorpsCo-operatives and mutualsCompetition lawCorporate formFinance and investmentFoundations and charitiesPolicy and legal developmentProcurementPublic lawResearchState aidTax

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