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NBLO has represented clients from a variety countries, in a range of industry sectors since the firm was first founded in 2005. In compliance with its prudent practices, the firm provides excellent career opportunities and ongoing training to its staff.

The competitiveness of the Bulgarian market for legal services will continue to evolve, with changes becoming more rapid. NBLO is well placed to meet this challenge. The firm is seeking to attract, as partners, associates and trainees, lawyers who not only have excellent educational backgrounds but also combine strong commercial awareness with a keen sensitivity to cultural and political issues; they must be able to work effectively as part of a team and have exceptional problem-solving and communication skills.

Below is a list of current vacancies:

No current job vacancies are available.

If you want to submit a covering letter and CV using the Contact us page, we are always interested in hearing from enthusiastic and suitably qualified individuals.

Recent work:

NBLO helps Dutch investor win summary judgment in High Court for the sum of GBP 192,000

New Balkans Law Office has acted for Mr Kooter, the individual claimant in legal proceedings recently covered by the British press (e.g., The Evening Standard) and subsequently also in Bulgarian news media (e.g., 24 Chasa).

NBLO has represented Mr Kooter throughout the matter. We assisted with the enforcement of a worldwide freezing order issued by the High Court in London against real estate, bank account and other assets of the defendant situated in Bulgaria. As part of the attempts to preserving assets for enforcing his claim, the claimant also proceeded on the basis of prejudiced against him as a creditor. NBLO additionally acted on various ancillary aspects.

Separately, through one of NBLO’s partners who is dual-qualified as an English barrister, NBLO formed part of Mr Kooter’s UK legal team. In the UK, Mr Kooter won summary judgment for the sum of £192,000, interest and legal costs. The sum awarded was the entire claim by Mr Kooter relating to sums which Ms Radeva had ostensibly offered to invest on his behalf. For a separate part of the claim (approx. €36,000), the High Court was unable to give a summary (effectively, early-stage) judgment on the basis that unlike the investment related claim, the basis of these transfers could not be established without a full investigation of evidence including oral hearings.

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