Nicholson y Cano

The Firm

2020

+150 lawyers


 

2010

80 lawyers


 

2000

40 lawyers


 

1990

15 lawyers


Nicholson y Cano is one of the leading law firms in Argentina since its foundation in 1976. With a team of 29 partners and more than 150 lawyers we represent local and international clients in all economic sectors: infrastructure, finance, services, telecommunications, energy, automotive, construction, manufacturing, agribusiness, among others.

Our commitment is to become partners with our clients in the process of generating corporate value and to provide them with creative and practical solutions as well as a proper assessment and mitigation of the different legal risks that may affect their business and transactions.

We are also committed to develop long term relations with our clients to provide them with the most appropriate and cost-effective legal service, assisting them in day to day matters and also in sophisticated transactions to achieve their business goals.

Being a large full service firm allows us to be awarded large-scale projects and cases from the initial stages to the final handover. Our expertise in different fields of law makes easier for our professional teams to handle medium and big projects and cover all of our clients’ legal needs to help them to generate value.

We have a diversified portfolio of domestic and international corporations.

Pro Bono

Nicholson y Cano adheres to the “Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas”, initiative promoted by the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice.

The spirit of this declaration can be extracted from one of its documents, which says: “Pro Bono is derived from the Latin phrase `Pro Bono Publico´, which refers to actions carried out `for the public good´. (…). Pro Bono means providing legal services without a fee, or expectation of a fee, principally to benefit poor or underprivileged persons or communities, or the organizations that assist them. They may include representation of persons, communities or organizations in matters of public interest, who otherwise could not obtain effective representation. (…) Pro bono legal services should be provided with the same quality of representation as services provided to paying clients, and in a manner upholding the applicable ethical norms and standards”.

Some of our main Pro Bono clients include Asociación Sindrome de Down de la República Argentina, Fundación Banco de Alimentos, Asociación Amigos del Museo de Bellas Artes, Fundación Cimientos and Fundación Los Naranjos, among others.