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Barcelona

Spain

CMS' Spanish-based firm, CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo, employs more than 100 lawyers located in Madrid and Barcelona, and is regarded as one of the most prestigious in the Spanish market, striving to establish a close working relationship with clients in order to fully understand their needs and offer innovative solutions in all areas of law.

Facts

  • 1927 Founded by Antonio Melchor de las Heras.
  • 1958 Incorporated as a company.
  • 2002 Name change to Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo.
  • 2005 Incorporation into the CMS organisation.

Figures

  • Total workforce: > 150 professionals.
  • Lawyers in Spain > 100.
  • Two offices in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona).
  • Large number of Ibex 35 listed clients.
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Directions

From the airport

There are several ways to get to our CMS Barcelona office from the Barcelona-El Prat airport:

  • A taxi will take around 30-45 minutes (depending on traffic).
  • The aerobús leaves from both terminals (T1 and T2) and takes 45 minutes. The office is a 10-minute walk from the Plaza Cataluña stop.
From the train station

There are two ways to get to our office from Sants station (long distance and AVE train station):

  • A taxi will take 15-20 minutes (depending on traffic).
  • Bus H10 takes you directly to our office. The stop is València-Pg. de Gràcia and the journey takes around 30-40 minutes.

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Location

CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo
Paseo de Gracia 85
08008 Barcelona
Spain
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