Paul Radmilli


Paul Radmilli is an Associate at Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates, handling legal cases in a number of areas including, Family Law, Intellectual Property Rights, and Public Procurement Law.

As a Family Law lawyer, Paul provides legal counsel on matters related to separation and divorce cases, in relation to among  other issues, care and custody, maintenance, and access rights. Paul represents clients both in a mediation setting as well as in litigation before the Civil Court (Family Section). In cases where there is unpaid maintenance, Paul represents clients in the Criminal Court.

Paul assists in the firm’s work advising high net worth clients wishing to benefit from tax incentives by means of global residence programmes offered by Malta, which require applicants to have Malta as their primary residence.

Paul has been an elected Sliema Local Councillor since May 2012. Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates has represented various local councils offering them legal advice on tenders, claims, debts, contracts and other legal queries.

Paul joined Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates as a Legal Trainee in 2020. He was admitted to the Maltese Bar and granted his warrant to practice as a lawyer in 2022, after he obtained his Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree in 2020 and his Master of Advocacy in 2021 from the University of Malta. Paul’s previous career was in the Maltese diplomatic service during which he had a five-year posting in Copenhagen, Denmark where for two years he served as Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Paul also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Philosophy from the University of Malta, and a Master of Arts in Diplomatic Studies from the University of Leicester.


  • LL.B. (Hons) Dissertation:The legal basis of wrongful death damages : comparing Italian and Maltese tort law
  • Various Opinion Pieces in Times of Malta and the Malta Independent on Sunday

Professional Memberships

  • Chamber of Advocates
  • International Academy of Family Lawyers
  • World Link for Law

(+356) 27237172

Languages: Maltese, English