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Corporate responsibility

We are committed to corporate social responsibility and contributing to the administration of justice. We’re confident in challenging the existing legal system, offering new legal solutions aimed at broadening transparency and the rule of law in the Republic of Lithuania. 

As a part of our public commitment enhancing legal awareness, our lawyers have been lecturing at Vilnius University,  Mykolas Romeris University, Kazimiero Simonavičius University and other reputable higher education institutions. We regularly give presentations at public events, contribute to articles and other academic books (published by Oxford University Press, Peter Lang, etc). We also frequently participate in conferences and seminars, and deliver insightful speeches on relevant legal issues. Over the last five years, lawyers of the law firm published papers on the Lithuanian aviation law in the Aviation  Finance & Leasing  Lithuanian chapter  which covers latest developments of aviation finance regulatory environment and covers such questions like title transfer, aircraft leases, mortgages, securities, legal remedies, taxation of aircraft finance transactions.    

Contributing to social justice, we provide pro bono legal services, offering advice to individuals who cannot afford it with free or reduced legal fees. We offer legal advice to people who need it, as well as advising charities and other NGOs. 

Finally, our law firm has been accepting interns from the Lithuania and foreign jurisdictions (UK, Ukraine) offering them training before candidates decide to pursue a lawyers’ carrier or qualify as professional lawyers.  

For further information about our pro bono projects and corporate responsibility, please contact us at

Šulija Partners Law Firm Vilnius, registered office Jogailos street 11, Vilnius, LT-01116, Lithuania, fax +370 52051926, e-mail:

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