Our firm was born in 1999 and we have ever since strengthened our position as a leading law firm in a variety of practice areas, without losing sight of our specialized approach, so much so that we provide original, effective and top-quality solutions in highly sophisticated matters, both locally and globally. Moreover, we stand out for having participated in many of the most groundbreaking and first-of-their-kind transactions in Peru.
Our unique approach to practicing law is mirrored by our sense of commitment, ethics, rigorousness and innovation. Understanding what each of our clients need lies at the heart of our success and, therefore, caring about building long-term relationships and getting to know their business enables us to provide the best solution to each problem in a variety of industries and regions.
We are members of Affinitas, a team of leading law firms operating in the Pacific Alliance, committed to meeting the needs of our clients through a closely interconnected network.
Remaining at the forefront of legal services providers demands a team of top-notch lawyers who are committed to and focused on excellence. Our lawyers are graduates of prestigious law schools in Peru, Latin America, United States and Europe, and their professional experience has been honed by working with some of the most renowned firms worldwide.
The firm starts to bring in new lawyers and add new practice areas.
The opening of Miranda & Amado’s new corporate headquarters overlooking the Miraflores coastline marks the beginning of the firm’s consolidation and internationalization.
Miranda & Amado joins Affinitas, a consolidated and prominent network in the region, currently formed by four leading law firms in Pacific Alliance countries: Barros & Errázuriz (Chile), Gómez-Pinzón (Colombia), Mijares Angoitia Cortés y Fuentes (Mexico) and Miranda & Amado (Peru).
Miranda & Amado becomes the first Peruvian law firm to be shortlisted as “Best Law Firm of Latin America” at the Chambers Global Awards. Also, the firm signs the Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas.
Miranda & Amado becomes the first Peruvian law firm to be recognized as “Peru Law Firm of the Year” by Chambers & Partners. The firm becomes the first carbon neutral-certified law firm in Peru.
Miranda & Amado broadens its services by creating a new real estate practice area.
For the first time in Miranda & Amado, a lawyer that began as an intern is promoted to partner. Moreover, Chambers & Partners highlights Miranda & Amado’s extensive experience and excellent customer service and once again recognizes the firm with the “Best Client Service" in Peru award.
Miranda & Amado firm expands its services by creating the insurance and insolvency practice area.
Priori & Carrillo, one of the major legal boutiques in Peru specializing in civil litigation and arbitration in Peru, joins Miranda & Amado, making the firm’s dispute practice area the largest one in Peru with 28 lawyers.
Miranda & Amado launches its SIM M&A app, a digital tool that consolidates, systematizes and permanently updates the most relevant municipal information for the firm’s real estate clients.
Miranda & Amado is recognized for the third time as “Peru Law Firm of the Year” by International Financial Law Review and as “Peru Tax Firm of the Year” by International Tax Review. Affinitas is recognized as “Leading Regional Law Firm Network in Latin America” by Chambers & Partners.
Miranda & Amado appointed a Director of Legal Innovation, who, together with the partners, leads the digital transformation process of the firm, as well as the Legaltech initiatives that we have been developing.
The firm launched “Laboral 24/7”, the first labor podcast in the region, available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
Miranda & Amado a launches White-Collar Crime & Compliance practice to strengthen the firm’s full-service approach.
In addition, to further bolster its diversity approach, the Firm has launched a Diversity and Inclusion Committee, which focuses on four diversity thrusts:
A group of eight lawyers, mostly in their early thirties, join forces to form Miranda & Amado.
Miranda & Amado is recognized as “Future Leader of the Peruvian Market” by the prestigious English publication Chambers & Partners.
Miranda & Amado’s array of services is enhanced by creating a new litigation practice area.
Miranda & Amado participates in the negotiation of over 4,000 contracts with owners and holders for the release of 410 km of the gas pipeline’s right-of-way to the Peru LNG project. This involvement marks the beginning of Miranda & Amado’s land management services for natural resources and infrastructure projects, where the firm has remained a leader thus far.
Miranda & Amado opens its environmental practice area. The law firm launches its Knowledge Management Center, aiming to systematically manage all of the law firm’s information and expertise.
Miranda & Amado launches the Pro Bono Challenge as a token of its commitment to provide greater access to legal services. The firm becomes the first Peruvian law firm to receive the Chambers & Partners’ “Best Client Service” award.
Miranda & Amado exceeds USD 6 billion in advised deals increasing threefold a year later (to more than USD 18 billion).
Miranda & Amado continues to grow and brings its number of lawyers to more than 100. An international arbitration group is created to include lawyers with practical experience in this specialized field in London, New York, Paris and Washington. Miranda & Amado is recognized as “Peru Law Firm of the Year” by International Financial Law Review.
Miranda & Amado joins forces with GEA, a consulting firm, to provide social and legal management advisory services. Once again, the firm is recognized as “Peru Law Firm of the Year” by International Financial Law Review.
Miranda & Amado is again distinguished as the "Peru Law Firm of the Year” by Chambers & Partners. Moreover, Miranda & Amado is the first law firm to win an ABE award, the foremost recognition given to human resources management in Peru.
The Firm has a benefits plan in place for LGBTIQ+ lawyers and their couples, which includes health and life insurance, as well as leave for birth, adoption, accident or serious illness. Although these rights are not recognized by Peruvian law, Miranda & Amado is respectful of them and hence facilitates their exercise as an additional benefit to avoid any discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation.
Moreover, as part of its commitment to the transformation of the legal industry, Miranda & Amado has joined forces with Laboratoria to host the 1st Hackathon for Legal Managers in Peru, a comprehensive experience in legal innovation that seeks to add value to the participating legal managers and bring them closer to the user.