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 a 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 this list of attorneys. This list is simply a guidance you can use as you find legal counsel to suit your specific needs in Iceland. The names on the attorney list are in alphabetical order; the order in which they appear has no other significance. You can find the list of attorneys here to the left.
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.