5th Arab Lawyer Forum – Registration

The 5th Arab Lawyers Forum (ALF), will be held this year on May 9th & 10th in London, United Kingdom.

It is an event connecting over 200 plus Arab lawyers (Private Practice and In-house) from across the globe to share ideas and discuss the latest developments within the legal industry.

Moreover, Dr. Mahmood Hussain Advocates & Legal Consultancy (MHLF), are members of the organization committee including proud sponsors for this prestigious event.

Furthermore, we will be holding our own panel with our Founding Partner Dr.Mahmoud Hussein, and Managing Partner Mr.Hafidh Thani, whom will be discussing the business conduct within the Middle East, and the role of the General Counsels in shaping the legislative agenda.

To know more about the event and to register, please click here https://lnkd.in/g9FCqdb

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