Al Sulaiti Law Firm has received the ‘Qatar Law Firm of the Year’ award at the Third LexisNexis Qatar Business Law Awards ceremony held in Doha recently.
The 2018 ‘Qatar Law Firm of the Year” award is a prestigious award that recognises the achievements of the firm based on a set criteria that includes "evidence of legal expertise, client satisfaction, innovation, strategic vision, and leadership."
Al Sulaiti Law Firm started 2018 with an opening ceremony of their new relocation in Doha Tower hosted by former Minister of Justice, Dr Hassan bin Lahdan al-Muhannadi, as the guest of honour. This event was a pinnacle for the firm, as it showed how far the firm has come since its founding 15 years ago.
The Qatar Business Law Forum morning conference was hosted by LexisNexis, in partnership with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Qatar University (College of Law), Al Sulaiti Law Firm (Strategic Partner of LexisNexis in Qatar) and the Association of Corporate Counsel Middle East.
Following the forum, the winners were presented with the awards during the gala dinner that took place at the St Regis Hotel on November 13. The award was determined by a distinguished judging panel, Al Sulaiti Law Firm said.
Al Sulaiti Law Firm, with more than 15 years of experience, has become one of the most renowned law firms in Qatar. Al Sulaiti Law Firm is a full service Qatari law firm, with innovative legal services offered to private and public entities as well as governmental establishments and reputable international organisations. It was established in 2002 by Mubarak bin Abdullah al-Sulaiti one of Qatar’s renowned lawyers, with an outstanding reputation that always precedes him.
Al Sulaiti Law Firm serves clients in various sectors, expertise and regions, having a diverse team that encompass a superb commercial attitude and thorough understanding of the Mena region provides inimitable characteristics to the firm.
The firm has a fully-owned established branch in Egypt and partnerships in Turkey, South Africa, India, Kuwait, Lebanon, and Italy. They are also continually looking to broaden their international network.
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