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CMS LBR is a legal office that provides services to Angolan and international clients in their businesses in Angola and worldwide.

Angola offers unique business opportunities to local, regional and international companies in sectors such as natural resources, energy, agriculture exports, consumer goods, financial services, tourism, real estate and large infrastructure projects.

Our lawyers are familiar with the sectors in which they provide legal assistance and they are fully committed with our clients. This specialisation allows them to get acquainted in detail with the matters daily affecting our clients and to help them to reach their goals, as well as implementing their projects.

We provide our national and international clients with the right solutions to their needs, based on a thorough understanding of doing business in Angola and our lawyers’ experience in national and international transactions.



New Labour Procedure Code in Angola
Angola's Labour Procedure Code ("CPT") was recently approved by Law no. 2/24 of 19 March 2024. Below we highlighted some of the main changes introduced by the new CPT: 1. Definition of the principles...
Lusophone Africa Snapshot
The March edition of the Snapshot, produced by CMS Portugal's Lusophone Africa team, is now available. Opening this issue, you'll find an article by Managing Associate Joana Brito Paulo on renewable energies...
Luís Borba Rodrigues in an interview with The Energy Year
Luís Borba Rodrigues, CMS LBR's Managing Partner, in an interview given to The Energy Year, analyses the current situation in Angola and CMS LBR. Analysing the challenges and opportunities of the Angolan...
Lusophone Africa Snapshot
The February edition of the Lusophone Africa Snapshot is now available, and with something new! The Lusophone Africa team of @CMS Portugal is launching the "Did you know" section, where every month we'll...
Meet the Law - New Angolan Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code Enter...
The new Angolan Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code enter into force today. These new statutes repeal the nineteenth century Criminal Code (1886) and the early twentieth century Criminal Procedure...