Mangion Legal is a dynamic and client-focused boutique legal office with over ten years of experience offering legal services in a number of fields.
Its area of focus is in Family Law, Divorce Law and Child Law, but the office also provides a wide range of other legal services including Civil and Property Law, Succession Law, Condominium Law, Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Employment Law, and Consumer Law.
The office has successfully and efficiently represented both Malta based and foreign based clients in front of the Maltese Courts.
The office conducts its briefs successfully and with the utmost level of professionalism. It is efficient and cost-effective whilst keeping the best interests of the clients at heart.
Dear Ann Marie, I am writing to express my gratitude for all your help regarding my case. I cannot thank you enough for the professional and emotional assistance you gave me. Your calm manners always encouraged me immensely. I always felt I was in good guidance.
I wish you all the very best in your personal life and for your profession. God bless you and keep you well.
Female, 51 years old.
Smart, Knowledgeable, Communicative, Supportive and Highly recommended!
Dr. Anne Marie Mangion represented me in a complicated Separation case front lining children. She is a very smart and compassionate family lawyer with full knowledge. She was always available over the phone/email and responded to my queries promptly. Above all she is a great human being who genuinely cares for her clients. I not only found in her an excellent lawyer but she was also of great moral support. She also represented me in criminal cases and church annulment making her complete at every legal aspect.
Male, 42 years old.
Excellent and professional service and very efficient.
Male, 36 years old.
Quick to help. She explains very carefully all the legal procedures. Very patient. Without her I would have been lost.
Female, 34 years old.
I first made contact with Dr Ann Marie Mangion over a case of separation in a international marriage. Since then, she has guided and represented me successfully through a tumultuous two years which included allegations of child abduction. While my difficult time is still not over, I can say that it has been made more bearable in the knowledge that I am in good hands.
Throughout this time, I have been impressed by Dr Mangion's dedication and hard work. At no point have I been made to feel that I am one of many clients, but rather that my case was always given full attention, time and importance. In particular, I have appreciated her availability to the client, both in terms of time and presence, from providing sound legal advice to much-needed reassurance at times
Female, 39 years old.
Committed to Excellence
As from 20 September 2020 Mangion Legal will be publishing weekly Sunday articles on various legal aspects.
As from 8 June 2020 the office has reopened from its temporary closure due to COVID-19 and has resumed physical meetings whilst implementing safety and sanitization measures. Anyone coming into the office must be wearing a mask/visor.
As from 13 March 2020 the office is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 and this in an attempt to limit the spreading of the virus. However, the office will still assist clients remotely via SKYPE or Whatsapp Video calls.
As from 16 March 2020, the Maltese Law Courts have closed until further notice due to COVID-19. All legal time-limits have been temporarily suspended.
On 20 June 2019, Dr Mangion participated in the Council of Europe exercise on Child Participation, namely the Child Participation Tool held by the Ministry for the Family, Children's Rights and Social Security in collaboration with the Malta Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society.
On 1 October 2018, Lisa Micallef joined the office as a legal trainee.
On 17 January 2018, Dr Mangion attended the inauguration of the Judicial Year of the Ecclesiastical Tribunals of the Maltese Province at the Archbishop's Palace.
On 13 January 2018, Dr Mangion was a guest speaker on Radio 101's 'Ghazliet' discussing sexual harassment.
On 11 January 2018, Dr Mangion attended a public lecture on gender quotas in Ireland held by Dr Fiona Buckley of the University of Cork, organised by the Faculty of Social Wellbeing, at the University of Malta.
On 13 October 2017, Dr Mangion was a guest speaker on FLiving TV, 'Attwali' discussing criminal responsibility amongst minors.
On 4-8 October 2017, Dr Mangion went to a FAIR Project training session on immigrant children's rights access to justice organised by the ICJ at Ferney-Voltaire/Geneva.
On 15 September 2017 Dr Mangion attended Dontilla Mukamana's speech on genocidal rape in Rwanda as part of the Festival of Research 2017 held at the University of Leicester.
On 6 September 2017 Dr Mangion's paper on confidentiality and treatment of young people was published in Kevin Aquilina, Peter Mallia and Bridgit Ellul (eds), Contemporary Issues in Medical Law & Ethics: Conference Proceedings 2012-2015 (University of Malta 2017).
On 19 August 2017 Dr Mangion was a guest speaker on Radio 101's 'Ghazliet' discussing juvenile crime.
On 9 April 2017 Dr Mangion was invited as a guest speaker on Radio 101's 'Ghazliet' discussing the family.
On 16-17 February 2017 Dr Mangion attended a two-day training session: "Fostering Access to Immigrant Children's Rights (FAIR) Project organised by Aditus and the International Commission of Jurists.
On 24 December 2016 Dr Mangion along with Johanna Cauchi held the last radio programme from the long-running programme, Il-Ligi u l-Familja on Radio RTK (103 FM).
On 1 October 2016 Dr Mangion was asked to make an intervention on the legal implications of gay parenting on Radio 101's radio programme Ghazliet.
On 5 September 2016 Dr Mangion was invited on Campus FM's radio programme Ghazliet to discuss children's rights.
On 11 June 2016 Dr Mangion was asked to give her opinion on children's views in court during the radio programme Ghandi xi Nghid.
On 21 April 2016 Dr Mangion was invited on TVM's Skjetti alongside Pauline Miceli, the Commissioner of Children and Claire Agius Ordway to discuss children's rights.
On 7 March 2016 Dr Mangion attended a lecture organised by the Chamber of Advocates on Act IV of 2016 - an act to amend law relating to justice reform in the sphere of civil procedure.
On 8 February 2016 Dr Mangion started a course entitled Forensic Science and Criminal Justice as part of her CPD.
On 3 February 2016 Dr Mangion attended a seminar on annulment procedural reforms organized by the Chamber of Advocates.
Dr Mangion has published a paper entitled, 'Confidentiality and Treatment of Young People: Proposals for Amendment 1' in Kevin Aquilina, Peter Mallia and Bridgit Ellul (eds), Contemporary Issues in Medical Law & Ethics: Conference Proceedings 2012-2015 (University of Malta 2017).
Dr Mangion has publshed the following paper, 'Confidentiality and Treatment of Young Adults. Proposals for Amendments: the Gillick Proposition' in the Journal of the Malta College of Family Doctors, (Vol. 4, Issue 1, May 2015)
Hamid Reza Salehi and Ann Marie Mangion have published an article called, Legal Aspects of Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science. (Int J Adv Stu Hum Soci Scie. 2014; 2(2):111-115)
Ann Marie Mangion, 'Young Adults Should Have a Say', The Times (Valletta, 5 April 2013)
Radio & TV
Discussing sexual harassment on Radio 101's 'Ghazliet' discussing sexual harassment (13 January 2018 - live).
Discussing criminal responsibility amongst minors on FLiving TV, 'Attwali' (13 October 2017 - live).
Discussing the family of Radio 101's Ghazliet (9 April 2017 - live).
Discussing children's rights on Campus FM's radio programme Ghazliet (5 September 2016 - recorded).
Asked to give her opinion on children's views in court during the radio programme Ghandi xi Nghid (11 June 2016 - live).
Discussing children's rights on TVM's Skjetti (21 April 2016 - recorded).
Seminars & Conferences
Dr Mangion attended a public lecture on gender quotas in Ireland held by Dr Fiona Buckley of the University of Cork, organised by the Faculty of Social Wellbeing, at the University of Malta (11 January 2018).
Dr Mangion went to a FAIR Project training session on immigrant children's rights access to justice organised by the ICJ at Ferney-Voltaire/Geneva (4-8 October 2017).
Dr Mangion attended Dontilla Mukamana's speech on genocidal rape in Rwanda as part of the Festival of Research 2017 held at the University of Leicester (15 September 2017).
Dr Mangion attended a two-day training session: "Fostering Access to Immigrant Children's Rights (FAIR) Project organised by Aditus and the International Commission of Jurists (16-17 February 2017).
Dr Mangion gave a talk on Matrimonial Regimes to post-Cana group (4 December 2016).
Dr Mangion gave a talk on Consent, Confidentiality and Disclosure at the Maltese Curia (23 June 2016).
Dr Mangion attended a lecture organised by the Chamber of Advocates on Act IV of 2016 - an act to amend law relating to justice reform in the sphere of civil procedure (7 March 2016).
Dr Mangion attended a seminar on annulment procedural reforms organized by the Chamber of Advocate (3 February 2016).