Reem Al Mahroos, Senior Associate
Reem is a Senior Associate in the Real Estate and Construction team based in Bahrain.
Reem advises on all aspects of commercial property including development and urban regeneration projects, high value investment acquisitions and disposals, hospitality, landlord and tenant matters as well as associated management work in the Middle East.
Reem has expertise in large to medium scale community developments and complex strata projects which comprise multiple and/or mixed-use components. She advises developers and investors on strata titling and community structuring strategies as well as all required legal documentation. Reem regularly assists clients with their compliance and obligations in connection with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority in Bahrain.
In addition, Reem has significant experience in relation to leasing and associated management work. She has advised on a number of prominent projects within the region including large mixed use shopping malls, high street and open air malls, offices and commercial spaces as well other retail and commercial concepts.
Reem re-joined Charles Russell Speechlys LLP in November 2018 after spending time as sole legal counsel to Eagle Hills Diyar Company W.L.L, the project developer of a mixed-use community known as “Marassi Al Bahrain”, located in Diyar Al Muharraq, Bahrain and brings significant commercial and practical experience from the client side to private practice. She is a Bahraini national and fluent in both Arabic and English.
Reem is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
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