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Réttur – Adalsteinsson & Partners
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Work Department

Practice Areas: Litigation and dispute resolution. Constitutional law. International human rights law.


Advisor and Attorney.


Réttur – Aðalsteinsson and Partners from 2008.

Elected member of Iceland‘s Constitutional Council in 2011.

Landsbanki Íslands, summer 2008.

Prison Reform Trust, London 2008.

Fiton Advertising Agency, 2004-2006.

Frodi Publishing House, 2003-2004.

Austurgluggi Local Newspaper, 2002-2003.


Icelandic, English, Danish


Founder and Chair of the Non-governmental Organisation Réttindi barna (e. Children‘s Rights)


Reykjavik University, MA in law, autumn 2010.
Reykjavik University, BA degree in law, 2010
University of London, MA degree in Underdstanding and Securing Human Rights, 2007.
Dublin City University, BA Honours in Journalism, 2001.

Lawyer Rankings

Iceland > Dispute resolution

Réttur – Adalsteinsson & Partners represents a diverse client base in a range of high-stakes cases, including commercial litigation on behalf of leading corporate groups, as well as criminal cases and matters concerning human rights issues. Jointly leading the department are Sigrún Ingibjörg Gísladóttir, a seasoned litigator with experience before the European Court of Human Rights; Sigurður Örn Hilmarsson, an expert in commercial, property, and constitutional law; and Védís Eva Guðmundsdóttir, who is noted for her strength in litigating cases with a cross-border dimension. The team additionally includes Katrín Oddsdóttir, who is a thought leader on matters of human rights, immigration rights, and the protection of the environment.