Legal Resources in Iceland
PROVISO: Officers of the Department of State and U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad are prohibited by federal regulation from acting as agents, attorneys or in a fiduciary capacity on behalf of U.S. citizens in private legal disputes abroad. (22 CFR 92.81; 10.735-206(a)(7); 72.41; 71.5).
In some instances you may need to seek legal advice in Iceland. The U.S. Embassy in Reykjavik provides the following list of attorneys to you as a guide, but we cannot recommend a particular attorney nor do we provide any guarantee of services for any person on list below. The following is simply guidance you can use as you find legal counsel to suit you specific needs in Iceland. The names listed below are in alphabetical order; the order in which they appear has no other significance.
Attorneys in Iceland
The Icelandic Bar Association has a list on their website of all registered practicing lawyers in Iceland. Their list can be searched by region, expertise, and more. Their search engine is available in English.