Our Beijing office

Our Beijing office located at Jian Guo Men Bei Avenue, adjacent to Wangfujing. Jian Guo Men is the transportation hub to the east of city centre while Wangfujing is one of the traditional downtown areas of Beijing. Since the middle of the Ming Dynasty, there have been commercial activities on the Wangfujing street. It is now home to over 250 Beijing shops and brands.

We were one of the first few foreign law firms approved by the Chinese Ministry of Justice to establish a representative office in Mainland China. Our clients in China choose us to help on a wide range of their business activities, including construction and engineering law, where our experience is unmatched and internationally recognized, to mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures and initial public offerings. In addition, we advise on general foreign direct investment work, employment, dispute resolution, patent, trademark and intellectual property matters, and day-to-day advisory services.

We act for both international and Chinese companies undertaking transactions or projects in China. We also work for large Chinese corporations contracting for projects and acquiring businesses worldwide.

Our Beijing office in numbers

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Where is our office?

Pinsent Masons
Unit 1008
10th Floor
China Resources Building
8 Jian Guo Men Bei Avenue

Telephone: +86 10 8519 0011


In and around the Beijing office

We want your time at Pinsent Masons to be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few of the facilities and amenities that you can enjoy within the office or just nearby.

Living and working in Beijing

Beijing is a city where epic history and modern vision co-exist in one city. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, global foodie or cultural adventurer, there is always something new to see and explore, starting from UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square which are not far away from our office to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Wall of China.

Stroll through the century-old trees that surround the Temple of Heaven, considered one of China’s most holy places for over five centuries. Beijing’s few remaining ‘Hutong’ neighborhoods – narrow, twisting lanes and traditional, single-storey courtyard buildings that reflect authentic daily life in Beijing.

Discover upscale restaurants, unique and chic bars, live music venues, on Houhai Bar Street or Sanlitun Bar and Restaurant street!