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Associate

Julian Fenech Adami

Julian Fenech Adami

Julian Fenech Adami is an Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates.  He joined the firm as a trainee in September 2016.

After graduating in 2018 with a Doctor of Laws, Julian began practicing Immigration law as his main area, advising clients on a wide range of immigration matters such as citizenship by birth, naturalization, registration or investment, multiple residency programmes based on tax, retirement and investment, visas, and work-based residency such as the single permit and the nomad residence permit.

In view of the close link between work permits and other aspects of employment law, and his keen interest in yachting, Julian also advises numerous corporate clients and individuals on employment law, shipping and yachting.

Education

  • Bachelor of Laws, LL.B. (2015, University of Malta)
  • Diploma of Legal Procurator (2015, University of Malta)
  • Diploma of Notary Public (2016, University of Malta)
  • Doctor of Laws, LL.D. (2018, University of Malta)

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Palazzo Pietro Stiges
103, Strait Street
Valletta, VLT 1436
Malta

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