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The firm

 LLORÉNS ABOGADOS law firm was founded in 1959 by renowned lawyer César Lloréns Barges and started out in the field of Maritime Law.

From 1979 to 2001 various professionals joined us, making Lloréns Abogados the largest legal advisory firm in the Canary Islands, with offices in Madrid and Casablanca (Morocco).

After Lloréns Abogados merged with legal advisors Díaz de Aguilar, most of the members later joined the leading law firm in Continental Europe, J&A Garrigues, and five of the Lloréns Díaz de Aguilar lawyers became partners of this firm. Among them was Juan Manuel Lloréns Betancor, who decided to form his previous firm once more after completing his time at Garrigues.

Today the professional activity of the Firm covers a number of areas such as Commercial Law, Tax Law, Employment Law, Public Law, Insolvency Law, Civil Law, Litigation and Arbitration, and Internet and IT Law. All of these specialisms are headed by a partner.

The Firm is backed by 55 years of experience, making it one of the best known law firms in providing legal advice to companies.

The current partners of the firm are Juan Manuel Lloréns Betancor, Helena Aldaz Brunetto and Borja Lloréns González.

Juan Manuel Lloréns Betancor has a Law degree from the University of Granada and has been in practice since 1979.

Helena Aldaz Brunetto has a Law degree from the Complutense University of Madrid and is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.

Borja Lloréns González has a Law degree from the Complutense University of Madrid and is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.

César Lloréns González has a Law degree from the Complutense University of Madrid and is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.

Lloréns Abogados strives to provide its clients with specialist advice through direct personal contact from an independent standpoint, based on strict ethical and deontological principles.

We aim to give our clients a rapid response to their requirements for legal advice while also providing a high standard of technical expertise. This makes it essential for us to ensure ongoing training for our professionals and to continue to invest in technological resources.