Established in 2008 as Goodwin’s first European location, our London office is widely-recognized as one the fastest growing international firms in the United Kingdom. The office is deeply experienced in the life sciences, private equity, real estate, and technology industries, and is supported by significant on-the-ground capabilities in debt financing, intellectual property, data privacy and cybersecurity, capital markets, regulatory, restructuring, tax, antitrust and competition, and litigation and dispute resolution. Our value is in the connectivity across our industry sectors to advise clients across the full company and investment lifecycle.  

Our private equity lawyers counsel on all areas of private equity and mergers and acquisitions, with a special emphasis on middle market private equity and growth investments, alongside our renowned private funds team, which provides counsel at every stage of the fund lifecycle.  

Our real estate lawyers provide a genuinely integrated offering from structuring real estate funds, products and vehicles, to the acquisition, financing, development, restructuring and disposal of real estate assets through direct and indirect investments, as well as complex international hospitality and leisure transactions.  

Our technology and life sciences lawyers help high growth businesses, public companies, investors and investment banks capitalize on opportunities and minimize risks in rapidly evolving markets. We offer clients industry-leading technology, life sciences and healthcare practices recognized for serving clients along the corporate life cycle globally.  

Our London office is committed to promoting diversity within our firm and in the legal profession, and also to fostering an inclusive environment in which each attorney and professional can excel and thrive. 

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