Dr. Veronica-Anne Spiteri joins Leaders in Law as the Criminal Law Expert in Malta

Leaders in Law the leading platform in its field, is delighted to welcome Dr. Veronica-Anne Spiteri as our exclusively recommended & endorsed Criminal Law expert in Malta.

Dr.Veronica-Anne Spiteri graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and a Diploma in Legal Procurator from the University of Malta in 2015. The following year, in 2016, Veronica-Anne graduated with a Diploma Notary Public. Veronica-Anne completed her Doctor of Laws degree in 2018 from the University of Malta, having her doctoral thesis entitled, “The European Investigation Order: the pinnacle tool to fighting cross-border crime?”. She was called to the bar of the Republic of Malta in March 2019.

Although relatively young in age, Dr.Veronica-Anne has already successfully won many Criminal Law cases in Malta relating to drug trafficking, grievous bodily harm, domestic violence, and various other crimes and contraventions amongst others.

Although specialising in criminal law, Veronica-Anne has a wide-ranging knowledge on alternative subjects, having previously given lectures which were organised by the Malta Institute of Management in both Social Security, as well as Company liquidations. She also assists various clients with regard to various family law disputes. Dr.Veronica-Anne is a member of the Chamber of Advocates Malta, as well as a member of the European Criminal Bar Association, and also a member of the European Fraud and Compliance Lawyers.

Firm Description:

Spiteri & Wadge Advocates stemmed from a positive relationship during our University years. Although we understood the struggle in opening a firm, we felt it was the right path for us. Our expertise and knowledge complimented each other. Whilst Alison is focused on civil law and debt collection, Veronica focuses mainly on Criminal Law.

Our Goal

To solve our clients legal problems as quickly, efficiently and as inexpensively as possible, always ensuring the protection of their rights irrespective of the circumstances.