Nov 082019

-Assists the Legal Counsel and the Legal Advisors for Court and Arbitration cases and in their daily Corporate routine works, including but not limited to review, proofread and file memo’s and case reports, attending experts and external lawyer’s meetings.

-conduct legal research and provide legal opinions

-Attend the Court and Arbitration hearings.

-Represent the Group in the processing of legal documents with governmental and non-governmental bodies.

-Review draft memos submitted by external lawyers and provide comments and/or share any relevant opinion that might be needful for the case.
-Follow-up with the external lawyers and update the Legal Team of the Court and Arbitration case list(s) and provide the respective external lawyers with any new court notices received from the Court.
-Arrange and provide all necessary supplementary requirements of each case to the external lawyers after getting approval from the Legal Counsel in 
-Review legal documents received from external lawyers, third parties and experts in connection with the ongoing and pending cases and deliberate all facts to the Legal Counsel and/or the Advisors.

– translate legal documents from Arabic to English and vice versa; and maintain accurate database of all pending works and follow-up with the Advisors on any urgent matters.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-07
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Legal
Company Industry: Manufacturing; Maritime & Marine Engineering; Real Estate

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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