QLF Law Firm is born

QLF Abogada has been born, directed and founded by Quiara López Ferrer, a lawyer specialized in criminal law. The legal boutique will be based in Madrid (Calle Mayor, 6) and its scope of action will be national.

“At QLF Abogada, our goal is to provide a solid legal defense and, at the same time, provide close support and in-depth understanding to our clients. We believe that this differential approach is fundamental for people to feel accompanied and secure throughout the legal process,” explains López Ferrer.

The birth of QLF Abogada marks a significant milestone in the professional career of López Ferrer, who has decided to embark on her own path after acquiring solid experience in various firms specializing in criminal law. With a strong specialization accompanied by an approach focused on people and their relationships, the managing partner and founder of the firm is an expert in areas such as criminal liability of minors, sexual offenses, gender violence, domestic violence and violent crimes (homicide, murder, robbery…), although she assumes the handling of all matters related to her subject: Criminal Law.

“Since I started my law studies, I always knew I wanted to dedicate myself to criminal law. It is a field that arouses my interest and I am deeply passionate about, especially those crimes that focus on people and their relationships,” she continues.

QLF Abogada enters the legal field with the firm intention of providing high quality specialized legal services, with a special focus on establishing close and trusting relationships with its clients. In the words of its founder, “Empathy, commitment and dedication are core values that guide our actions, as we strive to understand the individual needs and concerns of each client.”

Along with specialization, another of QLF Abogada’s strengths is its in-depth legislative knowledge and continuous updates. “We expect the necessary reforms to the procedural laws to be approved in the coming months, including the Preliminary Draft of the LECrim. We believe it is crucial to address a paradigm shift in the procedural model to streamline the criminal procedure and adapt it to the current challenges,” he says.

Julia Gil