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AnthiaZammit Legal is a niche law firm focused on offering strategic advice and professional services in some of the most highly regulated markets and industries worldwide.

We provide a tailor-made approach and rapid response to new challenges and evolving opportunities in a highly competitive business environment.

The unique nature of our clients’ products, including: medicinal products; medical devices; cosmetics; food products and infant formula; and specialty chemicals, are handled with strong appreciation of reputational risk, balanced by a robust commercial approach.

Anthia A. Zammit LL.B, LL.D has advised multinational mega-cap and start-up companies and institutions operating in healthcare; life sciences; biotechnology; chemical; food, and pharmaceutical industries. She represents a diverse client-base encompassing Swiss; French; German; UK; Belgian; Dutch; Israeli; Maltese, and U.S. patients’ organizations, business associations, and companies, and also consults on cases of multi-location international law firms.

Anthia served as legal counsel to the Healthcare Business Section of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise, and Industry, and as a member of the European Patients’ Forum (EPF) Policy Advisory Committee. EPF is a not-for-profit non-governmental-organization that represents the interests of an estimated 150 million patients in public health and health advocacy across Europe.

She worked at the Office of the CEO of Malta’s national competent authority, the Medicines Authority (the “Malta FDA”).   The Medicines Authority is established by the Medicines Act (Chapter 458 of the Laws of Malta, transposing European Directive 2001/83) to protect and enhance public health through the regulation of medicinal products and pharmaceutical activities. Anthia also worked as Associate at a leading business and tax law firm in Malta.

Anthia’s profile was enhanced by her role representing private and publicly-listed companies during their global expansion in established and emerging markets; business development; contract negotiation; medicinal product launches; drug and vaccine licensing (centralized, decentralized and mutual recognition procedures); regulatory affairs; regulatory compliance; good manufacturing practice (EU-GMP); good distribution practice (EU-GDP); pharmacovigilance; data privacy; pricing & reimbursement; and marketing.

She is passionate about preventive healthcare, and interested in legislation as a means of increasing global access to safe medicinal products and vaccines.  She is regularly invited as keynote speaker at high-level global conferences on invitation of the European Commission to discuss healthcare delivery; medical practice; digital health; e-health; mobile-health technologies and systems; personalized medicine; youth health; global business development in life sciences; international harmonization of regulatory requirements of pharmaceuticals for human use, and other topics.

Anthia received an LL.B (Bachelor of Laws) and an LL.D (Doctor of Laws) from the University of Malta.  Her doctoral thesis Pharmaceutical Law in the EU and USA: The Impact on Public Health and the Pharmaceutical Industry, earned her the European Commission (DG Health and DG Research) and World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe’s Young Gastein Scholarship.

Anthia is admitted to the practice of law in the Republic of Malta (a member state of the European Union), and is certified as a Legal Consultant by the Supreme Court of the State of New York, U.S.

Anthia is a highly astute, knowledgeable and careful counselor. She knows how to effectively negotiate the maze of legal issues in European and Maltese Law, particularly the complexities of healthcare and pharmaceutical regulation.
Victor Muskin, Muskin Law Offices


Anthia Zammit

Attorney At law

Anthia was born in Manhattan, USA and graduated from the University of Malta (Europe) with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) and Doctor of Laws (LL.D).



American Foreign Law Association; New York City Bar Association, Malta Chamber of Advocates

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