Juris Magister moves from Torre Europa to Torre de Cristal

Law firm Juris Magister Abogados, founded by lawyer Luis Agramunt, moves its main headquarters in Madrid from Torre Europa to Torre de Cristal

Juris Magister Abogados founder and partner Luis Agramunt has announced the moving in some of his networks: “Ever since I got to know Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA), I have always been fascinated by this business-financial area in Madrid. Besides, CTBA is the closest office centre in Madrid for most of the lawyers of the firm who reside outside or in the outskirts of the capital.”

The move will be effective October 1st. The new address will be on the 18th floor of the Torre de Cristal (Paseo de la Castellana, 259 C).

Luis Agramunt holds a Law degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona and a Master’s Degree in European Union Law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. He also completed the Program of Instruction for Lawyers at Harvard University.

Since 1992 he has been founding partner of Juris Magister in the United States and since 2017, managing partner of Juris Magister Abogados in Spain. Admitted to the Barcelona Bar Association as a lawyer since 1989, he started his professional activity in Barcelona in January 1990 as a specialist in European Union Law. In 1992 he moved to Miami, Florida, and in 1993 he was certified as Foreign Legal Counsel by the Florida Supreme Court for the International Law Section of the Florida Bar with Bar Number 938483.

During his more than 25 years of professional practice, he has represented public and private institutions that promote and contribute to the economic and commercial development of Spanish investors in the State of Florida, such as the Economic and Commercial Office of Spain; Spain-United States Chamber of Commerce; Autonomous Government of Catalonia (Copca and Cidem); Autonomous Government of Valencia (Ivex); Autonomous Government of Murcia (Instituto de Fomento); Autonomous Government of Galicia (Igape); Autonomous Government of Andalusia (Extenda); Autonomous Government of the Canary Islands (Proexca); Madrid Chamber of Commerce; Banco Sabadell; Banco Atlántico; Banco Exterior de España; Banco Popular Español; Bancaja and Caixa Nova, as well as numerous companies representing sectors such as aerospace, shipping and railways, construction and real estate, finance and insurance, telecommunications, radio and television, hotels and restaurants, food, wineries and wine, art and sports.

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