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A London law firm
unlike many others.

We call ourselves Cubism. That one word pays homage to who we are and what we do, imaginative and agile problem solvers, relentless in the pursuit of excellence and the search for answers clients seek. We set the bar high because that is what we expect of ourselves and our clients expect of us.

 

Cubism (noun)

An early 20th-century style and movement in art, especially painting, in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned and use was made of simple geometric shapes and interlocking planes.

OUR APPROACH

We are leaders in law.

We are leaders in law. We believe in creativity of thought, agility of mind; and encourage our people to view each situation through a wide lens. This opens a world of possibilities and perspectives and from there we narrow the focus to find the right solution. We call this Inside Out Thinking.

Andrew Pena, CEO
Setting up my own firm was a natural commercial step for me. But I wanted to do things in a radically different way – which is reflected in the name, Cubism.
Andrew Pena, Founder
Setting up my own firm was a natural commercial step for me. But I wanted to do things in a radically different way – which is reflected in the name, Cubism.
Andrew Pena, Founder

The success of this approach is measured by our strong client relationships and evidenced by our business growing at over 50% per annum. We combine an innovative team structure and collaborative way of working. Our people sit together in teams grouped by industry sectors, multi-disciplined practice areas and specific client needs, supported by other lawyers and extensive legal support teams.

We use clever and efficient technology to deliver total flexibility, efficiency and exceptional outcomes for our clients, and rewards for our people. There are lawyers. Then there are Cubism lawyers. A desire to make a difference, and the innovation and energy to deliver it.

In the words of our Founder, Andrew Pena:

Setting up my own firm was a natural commercial step for me. But I wanted to do things in a radically different way – which is reflected in the name, Cubism. Like those pioneering artists, Cubism lawyers don’t look at things from a single fixed point; we insist on looking at every situation from a multitude of perspectives.

The process of looking, breaking apart and subsequently re-assembling a situation consistently elicits exceptional, and sometimes unexpected results.