About Mohammed Al Hawy :
Mohamed Al Hawy graduated from Faculty of Sharia and Law in Al-Azhar University, and became a member in the Egyptian Bar association. He started working in the advocacy field in 2011 in one of the major law firm in Egypt for two years, and then he worked in his own law firm until being enrolled in Al-Sulaiti Law firm in 2016.
Relevant Experience :
- Mohamed Al Hawy has started practicing his profession as an attorney at law since 2011 through one of the major law firm in Cairo, within this period; he attended before many Courts and submitted many verbal and written pleadings, and attended permanently in the investigations of the Public Prosecution in major criminal lawsuits.
- Participation in the training course organized for the contracts, which was held in the Diplomatic Institute.
- He was granted a scholarship in Arbitration from Cairo University and acquired the certificate of practicing the commercial arbitration from the Chamber of Arbitration, Dispute Resolution and Settlement in the Egyptian Bar association. He also became a political activist in the committee of political affairs in the Bar.
- Mohamed Al Hawy established his own law firm in 2013, through which he was in charge to submit pleading before criminal, civil, personal status and administrative courts through its different degrees, in addition to military courts, and through this period, he submitted pleadings in major lawsuits that were heard before military and criminal courts.
- Mohamed Al Hawy worked as legal consultant for many companies and for the Egyptian newspaper Al-Watan as well.
- He has been enrolled to Al-Sulaiti Law Firm in 2016. He is in charge of drafting memoranda in civil and criminal lawsuits, providing verbal and written consultations, drafting and reviewing contracts, and participated in many legal researches.
Mohamed Al Hawy
Practice Areas :
Mohamed has extensive experience in the different fields of the Qatari law, especially in Employment and Immigration, Real Estate Law & Construction and Commercial Law.