Al Sulaiti Law Firm to take part in IBA annual conference in Seoul
September 19 2019 01:18 AM
RELATED STORIES
.
.

Al Sulaiti Law Firm will participate in the Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA) in Seoul, South Korea. 
The conference, which provides “a platform for building relationships”, is set to take place from September 22- 27.  
The IBA has a membership of more than 80,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations and law societies spanning over 170 countries. 
Mubarak al-Sulaiti, chairman of Al Sulaiti Law Firm, said: “The IBA, as a community of lawyers, provides a convenient and well-organised forum not just for senior partners but also future generations of lawyers to build relationships and keep in touch with each other. 
“Secondly, it is an avenue for knowledge acquisition. The IBA puts together some of the most prominent leaders in the profession. With the interaction of different cultures, shared knowledge of best practices and thought leadership in the law, all participants can expect to involve themselves in the setting of new norms and standards.” 
Al Sulaiti Law Firm has been a member of the IBA since 2005. It has attended several conferences over the years since then. This year, the firm will sponsor the IBA Annual Welcome Party for the fourth time in a row. 
“The firm is very passionate about maintaining its global position and growing its international network,” it said in a statement.
Al Sulaiti law firm is a “full-service, renowned Qatari law firm, providing cutting-edge legal services and solutions to local, national and international clients”, the statement added.  
The firm specialises in sectors that include civil & criminal litigation, alternative dispute resolution, corporate/commercial law, mergers & acquisitions, private equity, real estate & construction, sports law, environmental law, international trade law, intellectual property, financial fraud and taxation.




There are no comments.

LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
MORE NEWS