Attorney-at-law Laurynas Lukošiūnas promoted to Sorainen partnership

24.07.2017

Laurynas Lukošiūnas, head of the Public Procurement practice at the Sorainen Lithuanian office has become the 12th Sorainen partner in Lithuania and the 29th in the region. Under Laurynas’ leadership, the rapidly-growing Sorainen Public Procurement practice has become a top-tier player in Lithuania. Laurynas will continue developing this and the also fast-expanding Dispute Resolution practice.

Notes Tomas Kontautas, country managing partner of Sorainen Lithuania, “As head of the Public Procurement practice at the Sorainen Lithuanian office and working on large-scale public-private partnership (PPP) projects, Laurynas demonstrates excellent leadership skills. Clients appreciate his professional approach and capacity to solve complicated legal issues effectively and swiftly.”

According to Kęstutis Švirinas, head of the Sorainen Dispute Resolution Team in Lithuania: “Not only is Laurynas an expert in public procurement but he also has extensive professional experience in litigation. He has been successful in maintaining clients’ interests in complex legal disputes and well-known legal cases. When representing clients he always acts according to the highest ethical standards and his actions are always based on values such as the priority of client interests, credibility and integrity.”

Laurynas often lectures at conferences in Lithuania and abroad. He is also an active member of several organisations and projects. Representing international organisations such as AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats), he encourages international cooperation among legal professionals. International legal directories including The Legal 500 and Best Lawyers recognise Laurynas as one of the top public procurement and dispute resolution experts in Lithuania.

Laurynas joined Sorainen in 2011. Prior to that he practiced at another major law firm in Lithuania for six years. Laurynas holds a master’s degree in law, having graduated from Vilnius University.

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