Mrs Hjordis Halldorsdottir > LOGOS > Reykjavik, Iceland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Administrative and development law • Construction and real estate • Corporate and commercial law • Corporate finance and capital markets • Data protection • Dispute resolution and litigation • Energy • Financial restructuring and insolvency • IT and IP, telecommunications and entertainment • Procurement law




Supreme Court Attorney Hjordis Halldorsdottir joined LOGOS in 1999 and became a Partner in 2006. She was previously with the Ministry of Agriculture from 1998-1999.


English • Scandinavian Languages


The Icelandic Bar Association • The Copyright Association of Iceland


Hjordis graduated from the University of Iceland with a cand.jur. degree in 1998, qualified as an Attorney in 1999 and a Supreme Court Attorney in 2012. She received her LL.M. in Law and IT from Stockholm University in 2003.

Lawyer Rankings

Iceland > TMT and IP

(Leading individuals)

Hjördís Halldórsdóttir – LOGOS

LOGOS is frequently instructed on a broad spectrum of IP and TMT matters, handling both contentious and non-contentious work including all forms of contracts, sizeable transactions and disputes. Patent litigation is an area of focus for the group with demonstrable experience appearing before the Supreme Court of Iceland, and expertise in trade mark disputes before the Icelandic Intellectual Property Office. The group also continues to strengthen its IT expertise and handles data processing agreements, privacy policies, data mapping agreements, international data transfer agreements and binding corporate rules work, among others. Hjördís Halldórsdóttir leads the team, receiving support from Áslaug Björgvinsdóttir and Árni Vilhjálmsson.

Iceland > Real estate and construction

At LOGOS, project development work, financings and transactions, permit issues, environmental mandates, public procurement processes, real estate insurance claims and litigation constitute the bulk of the team’s workload. Fielding an experienced team, capable of handling both domestic and cross-border work, the group provides advice at every stage of the construction process to major Icelandic construction companies, including Istak and the Government Construction Contracting Agency. Practice group head and Supreme Court attorney Hjördís Halldórsdóttir regards construction and public procurement work among her specialisms; she is supported by experienced practitioners Erlendur Gíslason and Benedikt Egill Árnason.