SELA member firms ranked in an impressive 34 practice areas!

The Legal 500 EMEA 2024 ranks SELA member firms in 9 jurisdictions in an impressive 34 practice areas!

We are immensely proud of our member firms whose expertise, diligence, and passion have made this accomplishment possible. Each recognition reflects our ongoing efforts to deliver unparalleled service and outstanding results for our clients.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our clients for entrusting us with their legal matters and for inspiring us to continually raise the bar.

The Legal 500 EMEA 2024 reviews:

Albania: Hoxha, Memi & Hoxha is a prominent law firm in Albania, and routinely acts for domestic and international clients across a broad spectrum of matters, including corporate and commercial work, IP, dispute resolution, and project development issues. “The firm is very reliable, competent and supportive”.

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dimitrijević & Partners is active in advising and representing an impressive roster of international and domestic commercial clients. “Highly knowledgeable of the local law, and even more important when speaking about jurisdiction as complex as Bosnia and Herzegovina, of the local practices”

Bulgaria: Dinova Rusev & Partners is well equipped to handle M&A transactions, through the expertise of the team led by founding partner Anelia Dinova and Ivelina Cherneva. “Their language of communication is user-friendly; they aim at making the client comprehend the issue and its practical implications no matter how complex it may be from a legalistic perspective.”

Croatia: Batarelo Dvojković Vuchetich’s market-leading team ‘provides top-notch advice with exceptional personal commitment’ to its plethora of banking and corporate clients. “Whenever we’ve needed their support, even during the most challenging times, BDV has been there for us”.

Greece: Drakopoulos’ practice is highly regarded for its vast expertise, which spans across a multitude of industries. Well versed in IP portfolio management, trade mark registration and patent licensing, the Athens-based Drakopoulos practice regularly assists global corporations and Greek businesses. “Drakopoulos offers a thorough knowledge and full understanding of both the legal system and the right market practices that enhance a project efficiency and optimise the clients’ procedures.”

North Macedonia: While particularly capable for advising across the entire M&A process, ‘extraordinary’  Apostolska, Aleksandrovski & Partners’s wide-ranging experience extends from IP matters to immigration issues. “Apostolska, Aleksandrovski & Partners  are a versatile, highly knowledgeable law firm with lots of experienced attorneys. The effort they put in for every project is extraordinary.”

Montenegro: Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners advises both domestic and international clients on a wide range of commercial matters, with in-depth expertise in the technology, entertainment, real estate, and shipping sectors. “The team is known for thinking outside the box, employing creative strategies, and staying ahead of legal trends to provide clients with cutting-edge solutions.”

Serbia: Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners’ team is widely respected for its advice on cross-border M&A deals, as well as local transactions. The group is also increasingly active in aviation-related matters. “It was evident that they were fully dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome.”

Slovenia: Kirm Perpar, the full-service commercial firm covering daily corporate affairs, corporate governance, compliance, M&A, restructurings, and privatisations. “The team’s skillset is very well-rounded and the seniority rankings within each workstream are well distributed to give the client the maximum price / performance result.”