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AGBU Germany President recognized in Best Lawyers™
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Georgi Ambarzumjan, Founding President of AGBU Germany and attorney at the international law firm Squire Patton Boggs, has been honored by Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch in Germany™ and Handelsblatt. This accolade highlights emerging legal talents who have already established an exceptional reputation early in their careers.


Berlin – June 23, 2024

The US publishing house Best Lawyers has once again determined the best commercial lawyers in Germany for the year 2024 exclusively for the German business newspaper Handelsblatt. The current edition in Handelsblatt is based on the 16th edition of the Best Lawyers rating.

In a rigorous peer-reviewed process conducted by Best Lawyers, commercial lawyers recommend their most esteemed competitors. Nominations are exclusively accepted from other lawyers, with self-nominations strictly prohibited.

The results provide a comprehensive overview of the Best Lawyers of 2024 and 2025. The Ones To Watch section highlights emerging German lawyers with promising careers who have already earned exceptional reputations.

As a dual-qualified Rechtsanwalt in Germany and a solicitor in England and Wales, Georgi Ambarzumjan advises German- and English-speaking clients on domestic and cross-border M&A, private equity, and venture capital transactions, as well as general corporate law matters.

The success of one Armenian individual elevates the entire Armenian community. As part of the global AGBU family—the foremost Armenian charitable organization and associated with many renowned individuals—the leadership of the German Chapter aims to serve as role models for the Diaspora, inspiring others to excel in their chosen fields.

AGBU Germany congratulates their President for this outstanding achievement.

Headquartered in Berlin, AGBU Germany is the first German Chapter of the New York-based Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU), the world’s largest non-profit organization devoted to upholding the Armenian heritage through educational, cultural, and humanitarian programs across the globe. AGBU has an active presence in 32 countries and 75 cities.

AGBU Germany was founded in 2020 in the awareness of its responsibility towards the Armenians in Germany, Armenia, Artsakh, and the Diaspora. Inspired by the unwavering determination of its mother organization AGBU founded in 1906, and in appreciation and recognition of its continuous achievements, the Chapter fits as a German link into the ranks of international AGBU Chapters as well as into the global Armenian nation.

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