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U.S. Embassies and Consulates are not able to offer legal advice to U.S. citizens abroad. The Department of State provides information regarding Retaining a Foreign Attorney 

Legal matters involving Greek Cypriots and/or the government-controlled areas of Cyprus generally should be referred to lawyers from the Greek Cypriot community while those involving Turkish Cypriots and/or areas administered by Turkish Cypriots should be referred to lawyers from the Turkish Cypriot community.

  • In the Republic of Cyprus, the Cyprus Bar Association is located at 11 Florinis Street, Office 101, 1065 Nicosia, Cyprus. Tel: 22-87-3300, Fax: 22-87-3013, e-mail: cybar@cytanet.com.cy
  • In the areas administered by Turkish Cypriots, the “Bar Association” is located at Muftu Ziyai Street No. 8, Nicosia, Cyprus. Tel: 90-392-22-70841, Fax: 90-392-22-70840, e-mail: kktcbarolarbirligi@hotmail.com.


Note: The American Embassy at Nicosia, Cyprus assumes no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons or firms whose names appear on the lists below. The American Embassy at Nicosia cannot accept responsibility for the consequences of accepting legal advice or initiating legal action or for any legal fees and expenses. The lawyers themselves provided the information contained herein. The names are arranged alphabetically by city or district, and the order in which they appear has no other significance. All have identified the level of their fluency in English. The Cyprus Bar does not have a system of designated practice specialties like those which exist in some states in the U.S. Most lawyers in Cyprus will accept any kind of civil case. The list is not exhaustive.