SELA Extends its Reach to Slovenia
3 February 2017 – The South East Legal Alliance (SELA) welcomes another leading law firm among its membership. The leading Slovenian commercial law firm Kirm Perpar officially joined SELA on 3 February 2017.
SELA is a regional network of independent law firms advising clients on their operations across South East Europe, SELA’s membership now spans across six jurisdictions. The alliance members are amongst the top firms in their jurisdictions, providing the full range of legal and business services to local and international businesses. Members include Apostolska & Aleksandrovski of Macedonia, Bojović & Partner of Serbia / Montenegro, Dimitrijević & Partners of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Žurić i Partneri of Croatia and now Kirm Perpar of Slovenia.
About Kirm Perpar
Kirm Perpar is an independent, full-service commercial law firm based in Slovenia. The firm is committed to delivering top quality legal services and to providing excellent industry insight and in-depth knowledge of the local market. The firms’ top priority is its clients. To provide them with a truly bespoke service, the firm invests significant resources in understanding the clients’ business and their strategic objectives. This, combined with a dedication to professional integrity, is one of the fundamental factors that defines the firm’s strength and reputation and sets it apart from other law practices.
As a forward-thinking law firm, Kirm Perpar understands that legal expertise and commercial wisdom balance business strategy, which is why the firm strives to look at the bigger picture when advising clients, so that they can make sound business decisions and stay ahead of their competition. By taking a tailored approach to every matter, Kirm Perpar joins forces with clients to help them achieve sustainable growth. This is the key to delivering exceptional client service and achieving the results clients expect.
More information is available at www.k-p.si.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.