Charles Russell Speechlys LLP is a firm of solicitors based in London, Guildford, Cheltenham, Geneva, Bahrain and Qatar and is constituted as a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC311850. It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the independent regulatory body of the Law Society of England and Wales, whose rules and principles governing solicitors’ conduct are available at www.sra.org.uk.
A full list of members and of non-members who are described as partners, is available for inspection at the registered office, 5 Fleet Place, London, EC4M 7RD. Its members may either be solicitors, non-lawyers, Registered European Lawyers or Registered Foreign Lawyers.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP is also licensed by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority in respect of its branch office in Doha.
Charles Russell Speechlys AG is incorporated in Switzerland and is authorised to practise there as a corporate law firm by the Supervisory Commission for lawyers of the Canton of Zurich. All of Charles Russell Speechlys AG’s lawyers, including partners, are either solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, or are lawyers regulated by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission or in the jurisdiction in which they practice.
Charles Russell Speechlys is the name of a firm of attorneys based in Luxembourg and is constituted as an association d’avocats under the laws of Luxembourg. It is regulated by the Luxembourg Bar Association.
Charles Russell Speechlys is the name of a firm of attorneys based in France and is constituted as a Société d'Exercice Libéral par Actions Simplifiée (SELAS) under the laws of France. It is regulated by the Paris Bar.
The word “partner” means a partner or member of any of the constituent firms of Charles Russell Speechlys or a director, employee or consultant with equivalent standing of any such firm. Further information about Charles Russell Speechlys partners and their qualifications is contained in other pages on this website.
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