PROELIUM LAW LLP

The UK’s foremost legal authority on high-risk jurisdictions and specialist risk services

PROELIUM LAW LLP

The UK’s foremost legal authority on high-risk jurisdictions and specialist risk services

PROELIUM LAW LLP

Internationally focused legal advice and support centred on high-risk and complex jurisdictions.  

OVERVIEW

War Zones, complex environments, high-risk jurisdictions – these are all problematic yet often rewarding spaces in which to conduct business or deliver capability, no matter the sector.  Acting as a commercial business, as an individual or as a not for profit organisation, problems can be myriad and are frequently unforeseen until it is too late, the deal has fallen through, the money has been lost or situations have emerged that are tough to negotiate away from.

Our solution to these very real commercial problems is to create a scarce blend, combining experience gained as legal advisors whilst working in areas of conflict deep in and with commercial organisations, specialist defence, government, security and development worlds to bring to you a totally unique law firm, Proelium Law LLP. We provide legal and specialist non-legal services to many sectors including financial, government, private security companies, defence industry, international development organisations and political risk and political violence syndicates of Lloyds of London in countries including Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, South America and Nigeria to name but a few. You can read about examples of our work here.

We also provide advice to companies and individuals based in the UK who have specialised skills and capabilities ranging from technology development to surveillance as well as providing representation at court proceedings. As a firm we have a combination of many years of on the ground experience in complex environments and are confident when we claim there is no other law firm in the UK today with comparable knowledge. Combining leanness, experience and qualifications make us uniquely well equipped to understand the issues facing our clients.

Reports are researched and compiled using a combination of legal insight with international intelligence- gathering expertise and geo-political understanding

The core of our team are acknowledged leaders in their respective areas of law and discreet international investigations; a small and lean operation, allowing overheads to be kept to a minimum with the resultant savings being passed on to clients

As a law firm we stand by our findings – we don’t hide behind disclaimers on the quality of our work

Client/solicitor legal privilege can be invoked where appropriate, providing protection to communications if applicable

Proelium Law LLP has an expansive and unique global network of associates drawn from the legal profession, specialist agencies and military units and law-enforcement professionals of the UK and other countries

For any legal matter, Proelium Law LLP is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (‘SRA’)

Our activities are wholly governed by applicable laws and are of a high ethical standard

Routine communications between Proelium Law LLP and its clients are swift, reliable and secure

Our cyber expert has spent 14 years working within UK military intelligence and specialist Government agencies

Based in the City, Proelium Law LLP is accessible for face-to-face meetings with clients based in London.  Equally our staff will travel to you anywhere as convenient

Our advice and reports are in clear, jargon-free English 

Payment terms can be negotiated on a case by case basis

Services are provided with the Proelium Law LLP Guarantee

Because we value our clients so highly, a partner of Proelium Law LLP is available 24/7

The Partners and lawyers of Proelium Law regularly visit and work in high risk and complex environments

Search our database of reports

The Proelium Law Conflict Map provides links to the legal profiles, the latest security briefs and monthly reports on the economic, market and business activity of countries which are deemed complex environments or high-risk jurisdictions. To see the available reports, please hover over your selected country; alternatively, our reports can be accessed via the links below.

Select country on map or menu to see reports available

Or search by report type

Legal Profiles

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Security Briefs

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THE LEGAL RISK MAP®

Our free, confidential, no obligation Legal Risk Map gives a basic review of your organisation’s legal health. It looks at how well your legal infrastructure covers you across 11 themes, such as Corporate Structures; Policies; Commercial Contracts; Succession Planning; Duty of Care; Use of weapons; Insurance and Data Protection.

For more detailed information, please see our Legal Risk Map page or download the Legal Risk Map brochure.

Contact us to learn more about Proelium Law’s services 

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel told legislators she could not envisage renegotiating Britain\'s European Union withdrawal agreement but she did not rule out further clarifying Britain\'s future ties to the bloc, two meeting participants told Reuters.\n \n
Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday will try to forge consensus in parliament on a Brexit divorce agreement after the crushing defeat of her own deal left Britain\'s exit from the European Union in disarray 10 weeks before it is due to leave.\n \n
If British Prime Minister Theresa May wants a cross-party compromise on Brexit the first thing she needs to do is to extend the March 29 time limit, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Wednesday.\n \n
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she wanted to find out what sort of Brexit deal could win the support of lawmakers, speaking in parliament a day after her proposed agreement was rejected by a large margin.\n \n
The date of Britain\'s exit from the European Union can be postponed, but London would first have to make clear what it would need that time for and what the benefit would be, German Justice Minister Katarina Barley said on Wednesday.\n \n
British inflation hit its lowest in nearly two years in December as fuel prices fell, leaving the Bank of England under no pressure to carry on raising interest rates as uncertainty over Brexit dominates the economic outlook.\n \n
Prime Minister Theresa May could eventually get a Brexit deal through parliament if she negotiated a compromise with the opposition Labour Party, the second most powerful man in the party told Reuters on Wednesday.\n \n
Austria would support granting Britain more time for negotiations to avoid it crashing out of the European Union with no exit deal, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Wednesday, though he stressed the current deal could not be renegotiated.\n \n
Huawei\'s founder Ren Zhengfei on Tuesday rejected claims his company is used by the Chinese government to spy and said he missed his daughter, who is being held by Canadian authorities, the Financial Times newspaper reported.\n \n
British lawmakers defeated Prime Minister Theresa May\'s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin on Tuesday, triggering political chaos that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave.\n \n

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Proelium Law LLP

Proelium Law LLP is a Limited Liability Partnership registered in England and Wales No.OC411568.

Proelium Law LLP is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority No. 629608 (www.sra.org.uk)

VAT Registration No. 242 4002 59.

D-U-N-S No 221770643

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