Our firm Pelaghias, Christodoulou, Vrachas LLC is one of the most established and oldest law firms in Cyprus. We strive for excellence in reaching quality taking our clients objectives personally and aiming to build strong and long – lasting relationships. We consolidate a profound, multi-faceted knowledge of the law with a strong sense of professionalism in delivering results through our powerful team of lawyers.
Our law firm was founded in 1920 by John G. Pelaghias and originally operated in Limassol. In 1950 his son George J. Pelaghias relocated the law firm to Nicosia, where it has been operated since then.
In 1984, Alexandra Pelaghias – Christodoulou joined her father and subsequently became partner in the law firm. In 1992, our law firm grew further when Petros Fr. Vrachas joined the firm which was then reorganised and later renamed to PELAGHIAS, CHRISTODOULOU, VRACHAS LLC.
We aim to lead in each practice area of law we work in. Our clients range from multinational corporations to privately owned companies and individuals from different jurisdictions. Our focus is to concentrate on each client’s specific requirements and objectives to provide legal solutions tailored to their needs.
The quality of our services has long been acknowledged and recognised by our clients on both domestic and global level. Establishing our commitment to the wider community at large, we take pro bono work and offer the same level of service to clients who find themselves in particularly challenging situations. Through this procedure, we gain priceless experiences and job satisfaction, making us stronger and progressively cultivated leaders in our respective practice areas. Our highly qualified and experienced lawyers offer their services across all major areas of law, including corporate & commercial, litigation, investment funds, banking & finance, energy, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, competition, immigration, tax, insurance, administration, public procurement, employment as well as intellectual property and data protection.