Joan Casajuana highlights the management of legal conflicts and the defense of the client’s interests as fundamental pillars of the profession. He believes that the lawyer must guide the client to a deep reflection on the case and his true interests.

With a solid background in Law and a career that includes roles as court secretary, prosecutor and bailiff, Casajuana values ​​practical learning and the continuous review of the law, especially in times of crisis.

His main focus is on civil, commercial and administrative law, with specialization in urban law. He emphasizes the importance of maintaining a balance between passion for the cases and the distance necessary to be lucid before the Court.

Casajuana advocates the reconciliation between professional and personal life and emphasizes the importance of reading and continuous training. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time with his family and has several hobbies, including skiing, traveling, and fine dining.

His report in the book Advocats d'Andorra