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Lima

Peru

CMS Grau is located in Lima, one of the main commercial centres in South America. With its strategic location and strong economic indicators, Lima has become the ideal place for developing new businesses, expanding and consolidating international and local companies and carrying out operations in all sectors.

Expertise

Grau was founded in 1934 and joined CMS in January 2017. With more than 80 years of experience, CMS Grau is a leading full-service firm with specialists in all areas of practice, including Natural Resources, Mergers and Acquisitions, Projects and Infrastructure, Finance and Capital Markets and many more market sectors.

Our professional team has more than 100 lawyers with broad experience, advising clients from all over the globe, including Asian, European and North American companies. CMS Grau offers comprehensive local legal knowledge with a global approach in order to provide effective solutions to our clients’ needs.

At CMS Grau you will find a client-centric service and a highly specialized team. Several of our lawyers have masters degrees and have completed postgraduate studies in Europe and the United States. Many of us have trained in US law firms and have held offices in government. This experience, coupled with extensive on-the-job training, enables us to offer our clients a unique approach.

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Directions

Our Lima Office is located in Miraflores, 15 km from the Jorge Chavez International airport. Depending on the traffic, a taxi journey can take from 30 minutes to an hour.

At the airport you can find private taxi companies. In addition, there are several Apps like UBER or CABIFY to get taxi services in order to move around the city.

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Location

CMS Grau
Av. Santa María 110
Miraflores, L18
Lima
Peru
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