Junior partner

Lena is a junior partner at IURIS. Forming part of the corporate, intellectual property and anti-counterfeiting department. She holds a Master of Laws in Computer and Communications law and is currently furthering her studies in the field of taxation. Her work involves the provision of assistance to companies in corporate and company law matters, as well as advising clients on various matters relating to IT and IP law. Having practiced for a number of years in the civil and commercial law department together with founding partner Peter Fenech, Lena also has a solid grasp of general civil and commercial law.

  • Junior partner at IURIS since July 2016
  • Master of Laws with a specialisation in Computer and Communications Law conferred by the University of London in 2012
  • Admitted to the bar in 2012
  • Joined Iuris Malta Advocates in 2011 as an associate
  • Doctor of Laws conferred by the University of Malta in 2011
  • Trainee at Ganado Sammut Advocates between 2009 and 2011
  • Diploma in Notary Public conferred by the University of Malta in 2009
  • Bachelor of Laws conferred by the University of Malta in 2008


  • Master of Arts – 1994, University of Sussex, England
  • Doctor of Laws – 1993, University of Malta
  • Diploma, Notary Public – 1991, University of Malta



  • International Trade Mark Association
  • Institute of Financial Services Practitioners
  • Malta Institute of Taxation


  • Maltese
  • English
  • Italian
  • French (working knowledge)