He succeeds Thorolfur Jonsson, who has been the managing partner for the past three years who will now focus on practising law full time for the firm.
Benedikt joined LOGOS in 2005 and became a partner in 2013. He became a district court attorney in 2006 and received his LL.M. degree in international finance from King’s College London.
“I am very excited for the new role and thankful for the trust placed in me. LOGOS is Iceland’s largest law firm and our projects are diverse, as always. I will enjoy leading the continuous development of the firm with the highly qualified group of employees working at LOGOS,” says Benedikt Egill Arnason, the new managing partner at LOGOS.
LOGOS employs 70 people in its offices in Reykjavik and London.