Lasting partnerships

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Lasting partnerships

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

Irena Puzic, LL.M.

Practice Area

  • Corporate, Commercial, M&A
  • Labor & Employment
  • Real Estate & Construction
  • Litigation/Dispute Resolution

Contact Details

Irena Puzic, LL.M.

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Education

LL.B. – University of Banja Luka Faculty of Laws
LL.M. – University of Belgrade Faculty of Laws

Primary areas of expertise

Corporate, Commercial, M&A
Labor & Employment
Real Estate & Construction
Litigation/Dispute Resolution

Languages

Serbian (Bosnian, Croatian)
English

Membership

Banja Luka Bar Association

Experience

Irena is an independent Attorney at Law qualified to practice law in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has industry expertise in corporate law, employment and real estate. Irena holds a law degree from the University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Law (Banja Luka) and a master degree from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (Belgrade). She is fluent in English and Bosnian.

 

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