Mr Einar Baldvin Axelsson > LOGOS > Reykjavik, Iceland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Dispute resolution and litigation • Fisheries and aquaculture • Insurance and torts • Maritime and transport




Supreme Court Attorney Einar Baldvin has been a Partner at LOGOS since 2000 after being with LOGOS’ predecessor, the Counsel Office, between 1991-1999.




The Icelandic Bar Association • The Icelandic Maritime Law Association • The Icelandic Real Estate and Vessel Brokers Association


Einar Baldvin graduated from the University of Iceland with a cand.jur. degree in 1991 and qualified as an Attorney in 1992 and a Supreme Court Attorney in 2000. He received his LL.M. in Maritime Law from the University of London in 1993. He is a Certified Real Estate and Vessel Broker since 2002.

Lawyer Rankings

Iceland > Employment

Regarded by clients as the ‘top of the practice area’, the employment and labour team at LOGOS is capable of handling the full suite of employment and labour matters, frequently assisting with complex work including employment contracts, restructurings and disputes between employees and organisations. The team excels in employment-related litigation and has a noteworthy caseload that spans union disputes, contract termination issues, discrimination claims and unfair dismissals, among others. Stand-out names on the firm’s enviable client roster include Google, Arion Bank and international law firms. Supreme Court attorney and pre-eminent labour law practitioner Ólafur Eiríksson leads the team, which also includes Einar Baldvin Axelsson.

Iceland > Maritime and transport

(Hall of Fame)

Einar Baldvin AxelssonLOGOS

Maritime law specialist and chairman of the Icelandic Maritime Law Association Einar Baldvin Axelsson and aviation and aircraft finance expert Erlendur Gíslason co-lead a team at LOGOS, which stands out for its ‘experience and knowledge in the field’ and undertakes work that spans every aspect of the sector. In the shipping and maritime arena, the group is chiefly instructed on matters pertaining to contract of carriage issues, charterparties, port agency work, salvage claims, ship building contracts and personal injury cases, while also engaging in high-end litigation in the space. On the aviation sector front, the department equally excels, advising on aircraft acquisitions, leasings, financings and mortgage registrations.