About Us

The Firm


We are one of the leading law firms in Peru. Established in Lima, the firm – with over 100 lawyers – provides complete legal advising with the highest quality and constantly incorporates the best international standards. We embody a different way of seeing and feeling the legal practice: committed, modern, ethical, rigorous and human.


In 2001, only two years after Miranda & Amado was founded, Chambers & Partners’ The World’s Leading Lawyers described us as “future leaders of the Peruvian market”. The same institution recognized us, in 2009, as the Best Law Firm of Peru; meanwhile, in 2010 and 2013, we were recognized as the Peruvian firm with the Best Client Service. Also, we are the only Peruvian law firm shortlisted for the Chambers Global Awards in the category of Best Law Firm of Latin America.

In Miranda & Amado we offer counsel in processes of investment and development of infrastructure, generation and transportation of energy; transportation, distribution and export of gas; construction of interoceanic highways, sea ports, airports and water transfer systems; and, also, in projects of international expansion of Peruvian businesses, in financing operations in global markets such as New York, London, and several places from Asia and Latin America, and in complex commercial, regulatory, labor and tax disputes.

A Story of Success

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"The firm provides us with added value by offering timely and efficient solutions, which makes it a market leader. The client service is top-notch and the lawyers have deep knowledge of the market, as evidenced by the solutions they provide."

- Chambers Latin America -
  1. 2014

    Miranda & Amado continues growing and surpasses the barrier of 100 lawyers, including partners, counsels and associates. Also, we create an international arbitration group, made up of lawyers with experience in London, NY, Paris and Washington.

  2. 2013

    For the first time in Miranda & Amado, a lawyer that began as an intern is promoted to partner. Also, Chambers & Partners recognizes us once again as the Peruvian law firm with the Best Client Service.

  3. 2012

    Miranda & Amado exceeds US$6 billion in advised deals, amount that would triple one year later (over US$18 billion) and that would maintain in 2014 (over US$16 billion).

  4. 2011

    The firm expands its services with the creation of a new real estate practice area.

  5. 2010

    Miranda & Amado launches the Pro Bono Challenge, as part of our commitment to provide greater access to legal services. Also, we become the first Peruvian law firm to be recognized with the award of Best Client Service, according to Chambers & Partners.

  6. 2009

    First Peruvian law firm to be recognized as Best Law Firm of Peru, according to
    Chambers & Partners. Partner José Daniel Amado is recognized by Latin Lawyer as Law Firm Leader of the Year. Also, Miranda & Amado becomes the first – and still the only – law firm in Peru to be climate neutral.

  7. 2008

    Birth of the Documentation Center of Miranda & Amado, entity that manages all the information of the firm and only in his kind with an ISO 9001 certification in Peru.

  8. 2007

    First and only Peruvian law firm shortlisted for the Chambers Global Awards in the category of Best Law Firm of Latin America. Also, we sign the Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas.

  9. 2006

    The firm enters the Taxand network, with over 2,000 lawyers and tax counsels in four continents.

  10. 2005

    Miranda & Amado enters the Affinitas alliance, consolidated and prominent network in the region, made up of five leading law firms from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.

  11. 2004

    Our services strengthen more with the new litigation practice.

  12. 2003

    We become a leading firm in labor with the integration of Vinatea & Toyama.

  13. 2002

    Opening of a new institutional office, in front of the coast of Miraflores, begins the process of consolidation and open internationalization of the firm.

  14. 2001

    Miranda & Amado is described as “future leader of the Peruvian market” by The World’s Leading Lawyers publication by Chambers & Partners.

  15. 2000

    Recruitment of new professionals and expansion of services.

  16. 1999

    Eight lawyers, mostly around thirty years old, found Miranda & Amado.

Corporate Values


We recognize professional merit and excellence. We demand intellectual sophistication from our members. We encourage the search for innovative solutions and reward talent to create concrete contributions for our clients. We open opportunities for young lawyers to shape our organization, and strive to attract and retain leading professionals so we can offer high quality service in all legal areas.


Our business is our clients’ business. We provide legal services that are integrated into our clients’ corporate management. We advise each company all along the value creation cycle, from the birth of the company or the beginning of a project, to the development of strategies, to the creation of specific business opportunities. We deliver integral legal services based on a thorough understanding of business thinking. We create returns for our clients’ investments.


We truly work as a team. We are a modern firm in both our legal practice and our organization, and do not believe in traditional workplace hierarchies. We know how to stand at the top or the bottom of the line so we can work as a broad network, combining our talents to provide the best possible service. Our firm speaks with one voice. When our clients ask for advice from one of our members, they really receive support from our entire team.


We have a track record of ethical, transparent and responsible conduct. We plainly avoid conflicts of interest in our daily practice. In order to work globally, we adopt world-class corporate standards. We act responsibly in our relationship with society and with the world in which we live, and commit a significant number of pro bono hours to issues such as environmental compliance and access to legal services and justice.

Documentation Center

The Documentation Center (CENDOC, for its Spanish abbreviation) is the entity responsible of managing the information that serves as consultation tool for the employees of Miranda & Amado. Also, it organizes and manages the documents generated in the different legal practices, as a result of the interaction between the lawyers and the clients. Therefore, one of its main responsibilities is guarding and maintaining the confidentiality of its document archive, as it contains private and confidential information.

Since 2010, CENDOC from Miranda & Amado is certified under ISO 9001 in the service of “Management and sharing of documents and information” (Excluded requirements: 7.3 Design and development; 7.6 Control of the Equipment of Monitoring and Measurement). This way, our services are provided with the utmost strict standards from our Quality Management System (SGC, for its Spanish acronym), in order to contribute with the development of the legal practice performed by the lawyers of the firm.

It must be mentioned that no other legal documentation center in the country has this certification.