Leading law firm in Iceland with strong international relations
LOGOS is a full-service law firm with offices in Reykjavik and London.
- Chambers Europe Legal Guide
"These lawyers know the law and regulations intimately, and focus on providing solutions to problems very quickly."
News and articles
Data Protection in Bankruptcy Estates
The Data Protection Act no. 90/2018 imposes various obligations on parties responsible for the processing of personal data, so-called data controllers. One could argue that all companies work with personal data, and bankruptcy estates and bankruptcy administrators are no exception.
Iceland Innovation Week 2023
LOGOS is a proud sponsor and participant in the festival.
Bankruptcy Estates - Unfriendly to the environment?
Last week the Icelandic business journal Viðskiptablaðið published an article by Bjarki Már Magnússon associate and Heiðar Ásberg Atlason partner at LOGOS.
The Legal 500 results for 2023
The Legal 500 EMEA 2023 just launched their results. LOGOS is continually top ranked.
Top rankings in Chambers Europe 2023
LOGOS remains top ranked among Chambers and Partners.
Chambers Global rankings for 2023
Chambers and Partners has just published their 2023 Global Rankings and we are very proud to have once again been recognised as a leading law firm.
LOGOS implements Justikal´s eCourt system
LOGOS has reached an agreement with Justikal to use their eCourt system to send court documents electronically to the district courts, which enables them to work in a much more efficient manner.
New partners at LOGOS
We are delighted to welcome two new partners to our corporate services team at our Reykjavik office.
Extensive international experience
Through our 115 year history, we have built up extensive international experience and network with top-tier law firms all over the world. LOGOS is continually top ranked among law firms in Iceland by Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500 and IFLR1000.
Emphasis on sustainable development and social responsibility
As a leading law firm, LOGOS strives to be a role model in Icelandic business life and wants to do its part to contribute to ensuring that the needs of today's society do not compromise the potential of future generations.