GVZH Advocates

Andrew J. Zammit, Managing Partner at Valletta-based law firm GVZH Advocates, has been ranked as a ‘Leading Individual’ in the Commercial, Corporate, and Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) fields by The Legal 500.

Andrew Zammit / GVZH Advocates

The Legal 500, or Legalease, is a globally recognised provider of legal market information that assesses the strengths of law firms in over 150 jurisdictions. It also recognises outstanding lawyers around the world by awarding them titles such as ‘Leading Individual’.

Michael Grech, Partner at GVZH Advocates, was also ranked as a ‘Leading Individual’ in the Intellectual Property field by The Legal 500.

The firm took to social media to celebrate these achievements:

“The Legal 500 (Legalease) EMEA rankings have been released! We are proud to announce that two of our Partners have ranked as ‘Leading Individuals’ in their respective practice areas,” it wrote.

Founded in 1987, GVZH boasts decades of experience and over 60 team members. The firm is run by five Partners – Karl Briffa, Michael Grech, Kurt Hyzler, Luca Vella, and Andrew J. Zammit – and a Senior Partner – Joseph J. Vella.

Dr Zammit joined GVZH Advocates in 2016, after serving as Director at Ewropa Consultancy, Dormouse Limited, Malta Sotheby’s International, and OCRA.


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