Matteo Carli

Matteo is an Italian qualified lawyer with extensive experience in international and EU matters, which he gained in different European jurisdictions and in world-class American and British law firms. He also pursued postgraduate studies in London where he obtained a masters’ degree in international business law.

Reuben Balzan

Reuben was admitted to the Maltese Bar in 1994 and has been a member ever since. In 1998 he was elected to the Bar’s committee and remained on the committee until he served as its President between 2011 and 2015. He currently heads the Maltese delegation at the Council of Bars and Law Societies of

Mark Bencini

Mark was admitted to the Bar in 2003 and has practised as in-house lawyer for one of Malta’s main banks for a number of years, before setting up his own private practice in several fields of law but specialising in Contract Law, Financial Services and Intellectual Property. He joined the Firm shortly after its inception

Tanya Sciberras-Camilleri

Tanya was admitted to the Bar in 1994 and has spent several years as a sole practitioner, having previously gained invaluable experience as an associate with a number of local firms. She was an independent member of the Planning Authority Board for five years, and Chairman of the Planning Appeals Board for a further six.

Jean-Charles S. Gardetto

Admitted to the Bar in Monaco in 1988, Jean-Charles S. Gardetto has practised as an Avocat-Défenseur since 1997. He is the former President of the Monaco Bar Association (Ordre des Avocats et Avocats-Défenseurs de Monaco) and a former member of its board. Jean-Charles S. Gardetto handles both advice and litigation. His main practice areas are