We believe that our clients are entitled to the highest quality of legal advice and in order to do so we tailor our services to our individual client needs. But before developing practical, creative and sophisticated legal solutions our first step is always to work closely with each client to understand their unique perspective. We enhance trust and reputation in every decision we make by aligning our practice with the highest standard ethics parameters.

A culture of knowledge
Rosario Consulting Group has a comprehensive understanding of the social, environmental and economic context in which each law operates. This understanding, combined with the extensive legal knowledge, enables us to assist clients to assess and manage the inherent legal risks of each international transaction.

Our cross-cultural and multi-disciplinary team has proven to be an invaluable asset to our clients in negotiating and drafting international transactions.

Trans-cultural diversities
We believe that Intercultural Competence and Creativity is key when it comes to dealing with the changing global landscape.

We also believe that culture is one of the primary sources of identity. Experience tells us those countries like the Portuguese-speaking African countries - Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé and Principe - share a strong cultural identity that shape their understanding of commerce and trade. By sharing the legal knowledge and cultural particularities of each one of the countries that we work with, we are able to render new and unconventional tailor made solutions to satisfy the legitimate expectations of inward investors.
Therefore we provide you with the finest transactional experts to assist your business on a global basis.

" in its broader sense, culture today can be viewed as a set of distinctive spiritual and material, intellectual and emotional characteristics which define a society or social group. In addition to the arts and letters, it encompasses ways of life, the fundamental rights of the person, value systems, traditions and beliefs. "

UNESCO world conference on cultural policies, Mexico, 1982.