We are a multi-purpose law firm

based in Malta offering a wide range of

legal services that are cost-effective,

practical and comprehensive.


The recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus
has caused disruption across the world. Employment
issues, property and rent, business continuity,
are among many other issues we can help you with.


IURIS assists clients in separations before the courts,
the enforcement of foreign judgments, care & custody
disputes, abduction cases, divorce & annulment
proceedings and domestic violence proceedings.


IURIS is a trusted leader in providing personalised
and innovative legal services that meet the complex
demands of its corporate clients by utilising an array
of corporate structures under which to operate.


The registration, exploitation and
enforcement of IPR including copyright,
trademarks and patents, are all areas
in which IURIS is actively involved.


Trusts & foundations are vehicles typically used for the
preservation & management of assets which IURIS can assist in
setting up & administering. IURIS also assists clients in the
establishment & registration of voluntary organisations.


The firm offers advice on a range of
citizenship law issues, including
the Individual Investor Programme,
Residence and single-work permits.


Accidents at the workplace, motor vehicle
accidents or even accidents while on holiday
are only a few of those instances which may
give rise to claims for damages.


We assist clients in drafting their project application for funding by
helping them expand their project ideas and build up the
necessary information and data in order to optimise their
chances of obtaining funding in a hugely competitive set-up.


Malta’s position at the centre of the Mediterranean
has made it the important maritime hub
it is today. IURIS’ maritime law department
caters for all of the industry’s requirements.

Iuris Malta Law Firm

Driven by a genuine interest in the law, our dedicated team of lawyers aims to put all of its resources and knowledge at our clients’ disposal in a skilled and professional manner to help them obtain the best possible results.


IURIS, a Valletta, Malta law firm also serving the island of Gozo, was set up in 2011 as a small, well-knit team of lawyers driven by a genuine interest in the law and dedicated towards utilising all of our resources and knowledge to help you obtain the best possible results.

The firm comprises IURIS Consult Limited, through which it provides corporate and financial services, IURIS Trustees Limited, through which it provides fiduciary services, and IURIS Advocates, which serves the more traditional civil and commercial law areas of practice.


IURIS has a wealth of experience representing clients in a broad spectrum of legal practice areas, ranging from traditional civil and commercial law to corporate law and services, maritime law to personal injury claims, equality legislation to succession claims, intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting, property and development law, human rights claims, banking and finance, citizenship, and many others.

Click below for further information about all the legal services we offer.

Malta’s Sovereignty & the Jurisdiction of Maltese Courts

Is a Status of Force Agreement (SOFA) with the United States incompatible with Malta’s neutrality clause in the Constitution? What is a Status of Force Agreement (SOFA)? The Status of Force Agreement finds its footing in military alliances and the presence of military...

Two Bills in Parliament Promoting Human Rights, Equality and Non-Discrimination

Bill 96 and Bill 97 read for the first time at the Parliamentary sitting of 17 July 2019 provide for the prohibition of discrimination in various spheres of life and for the establishment of the Human Rights and Equality Commission respectively. These two Bills have...

Malta Property Private Residential Leases – One Year On

It has been almost one year since the coming into force of The Private Residential Leases Act (Chapter 604, Laws of Malta) aimed to regulate the residential letting sector, and placing such contracts under the watch of the Housing Authority. The law got off to a shaky...

Consequences of Brexit on Intellectual Property Rights

Following the UK exit from the EU, on the 1st January 2020 the UK shall no longer be an EU member state and UK citizens will no longer be members of EU. However, there was a transition period throughout which Union law continues to be applicable to and in the UK and...

The FIAU publishes a Revised version of the Implementing Procedures – Part I

Following the issues highlighted by the Moneyval’s Mutual Evaluation Report (2019) for Malta, which drew up a number of recommendations for local authorities to adopt in order to avoid being black-listed, the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU) has issued an...

Malta Government Budget for 2021 – Impact on Property Sales & Transfers

The 2021 Malta budget was announced in Parliament by the Minister of Finance on 19th October 2020. The following is a brief review of the budget measures concerning transfers of immovable properties. Property Tax & Stamp Duty exemptions on purchase of property...