Established in 1903 by N.G. Chryssafinis, Chryssafinis & Polyviou LLC is one of the oldest and most prestigious legal practices in Cyprus.
With over a century of experience, the Firm has earned an enviable rank among the most distinguished law firms in the country, capable of handling complex and challenging cases both in the advisory and litigation domains.
The Firm currently employs over 70 staff members, around 30 of whom are highly trained and qualified lawyers with various specialisations such as, by way of example, in administrative law, banking law, company and commercial law (including mergers and acquisitions), competition law, constitutional law, the law of defamation, employment law, insurance law and, of course, litigation.
Local and international credit institutions, insurance undertakings, investment firms, energy companies, and G-7 member states, among others, trust the Firm to legally advise and/or represent them in Cyprus.
With an established network of affiliated local legal practices in the cities of Limassol, Larnaca and Paphos, the Firm operates across the island, attending directly and immediately to the needs of its clients. Additionally, the Firm has developed an extensive and dynamic network of corresponding legal practices abroad, including some of the leaders in the field. This allows the Firm to offer clients around the world the effective and reliable advice and support they need.
The Firm is highly commended by legal rating organisations, which vouch for the Firm's high standards, discerning clientele and impressive performance. Combining a multi-faceted grasp of the law, a practical approach to things and excellent teamwork, the members of the Firm create legal solutions tailored to their clients' needs, thereby leading to strong and long-lasting relationships between such clients and the Firm.
Chryssafinis & Polyviou LLC was established in 1903 by N.G. Chryssafinis. With an excellent track record spanning over a century, we are today one of the oldest and most prestigious law firms in Cyprus.