Madrid

Latham’s Madrid office brings together an elite team of Spain’s top transactional and litigation lawyers, who advise the world’s leading private equity firms, investment funds, and multinationals.

Leveraging deep connections in Spain’s corporate, finance, and regulatory institutions as well as experience working across both sides of the Atlantic, we help clients realize opportunities in the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and beyond. As trusted advisors, we handle clients’ most complex and consequential transactions and their highest value disputes — particularly in the energy, infrastructure, life sciences, and real estate sectors.

Giving Back

Pro bono and community service are fundamental to our culture, including in Madrid, where we serve non-profits, NGOs, as well as diversity and social enterprises engaging in the areas of corporate and regulatory matters, and human rights. We are particularly engaged with the Fundación Pro Bono España, a Spanish foundation focused on developing pro bono engagement in Spain, in order to enable non-profits to thrive and achieve the greatest possible impact in our communities.

Lawyers in the Madrid office of Latham & Watkins provide pro bono legal advice to various non-profit organizations and foundations in Spain, and share this commitment with the other Latham offices. The office is also a proud supporter of the IE University's Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Lawyering, which directs an annual scholarship to students accepted into IE University’s Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program who demonstrate outstanding academic qualifications and entrepreneurial extra-curricular involvement.

Latham ranks first in the provision of pro bono services in Spain, according to the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s third annual TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono. The 2016 index was “compiled with data collected from over 130 law firms—both large and small—and representing 64,500 lawyers in 75 countries, [and it] provides a snapshot of the resources mobilised by the industry in support of social causes, while also monitoring the growth of the sector globally.”

In addition, each year the Madrid office’s Latham & Watkins Runners Club invites clients and friends of the firm to join them in the Carrera de la Ciencia, a 10-kilometer race that takes place in Madrid every fall to raise funds for Fundación Deporte y Desafío, a private, non-profit organization whose primary objective is the social integration of physically, mentally, visually, or hearing-challenged people through specially adapted sports and outdoor activities.

Survey of Pro Bono Practices and Opportunities

A multi-office team of Latham & Watkins lawyers and professional staff from across the firm’s offices globally conducted extensive research to prepare the 2016 edition of the “Survey of Pro Bono Practices and Opportunities” report. Conducted in conjunction with the Pro Bono Institute (PBI), the unique report is an essential resource for local practitioners, in-house teams and non-profits on pro bono practices around the world.

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