International Travel Law Network (ITLN) is a global network of leading travel and leisure lawyers who are recognised as experts within their jurisdiction.

With over 10 members based across Europe, and our global network ever expanding, ITLN is the premier network of leading travel and leisure lawyers.

By maintaining a quality network of the leading travel and leisure sector lawyers, we can be satisfied the network firms respective clients receive the best collective wisdom, and local advice, delivered by the highest calibre lawyers in their field.

“The ITLN Network was formed for the purpose of building trusted relationships and sharing knowledge with similar professionals in different jurisdictions. The global network means the groups clients gain the very best advice when navigation their way through the plethora of multi-jurisdictional issues facing travel and leisure businesses.”

Stephen Mason (UK)- Founding Member ITLN

All members of the ITLN Network are dedicated to advising businesses within the travel and leisure sectors.

With a growing reach across Europe and the rest of the world, ITLN is the leading organisation sharing the latest developments, specifically within the travel and leisure sectors.

The ITLN’s online home is a hub of local knowledge and wisdom


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United Kingdom- Travlaw Legal Services Ltd
Germany- ES Rechtsanwälte
Austria – KWC Rechtsanwälte
Spain- Rogers & Co
France- ARMAND-CHAT & Associés
Italy- Leonelli & Partners
Austria- ES Rechtsanwälte
Portugal- Edge International Lawyers
Malta- Tanti-Dougall & Associates
Greece- Kelemenis & Co.
Serbia- Karanovic & Partners
Slovenia- Karanovic & Partners
Croatia – Karanovic &Partners
Bosnia and Herzegovina- Karanovic & Partners
Montenegro- Karanovic & Partners
North Macedonia- Karanovic & Partners


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