From our beginnings in 1891 AKL law firm has successfully provided a first-class legal service to both Greek and international clients throughout the 20th century and built a formidable reputation in the Greek legal sector.
Now, in the 21st century, we embrace new ideas and new ways of working with our clients and expand our international horizons. However, we still hold and maintain the traditions and values which define us and everything we stand for.
While the depth and breadth of our expertise in our chosen legal sectors (Banking & Finance, Corporate, Real Estate and Dispute Resolution & Restructuring) is the foundation of our success, and that is reflected in the recognition and reputation of our lawyers, it is also our service to our clients and the values that drive our service philosophy that makes AKL different. These values have evolved and grown as the years have passed; but today, we believe that they can be summarised in three simple words, each with a powerful meaning:
KLC Law Firm is one of the most prominent and large law firms in Greece. KLC team comprises dedicated, highly qualified and experienced professionals, committed to providing effective, integrated, top quality legal support to clients in or outside Greece. Our competitive advantage is that KLC may provide combined and comprehensive support to clients given that it has extensive expertise in a variety of practice areas.
Founded in 1863 and now under the stewardship of managing partner Constantinos Lambadarios, we have evolved from a family firm into a thoroughly modern, international practice with a dynamic, problem-solving mindset, while retaining the traditional qualities of respect, integrity and personal service.
With a number of top-ranked partners and a highly skilled team of lawyers, we are recognized as one of the leading Greek firms in all of our key practices – M&A, Banking & Finance, Project Finance, Ligation & Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Energy, Capital Markets, and TMT and Intellectual Property in Greece. Within these fields, we have advised on many of the most significant transactions and commercial developments in Greece’s recent past, from privatizations of state-owned utilities and major energy and infrastructure projects to cases involving emerging internet law and anti-trust actions.