Reem Faqihi, Associate
Reem is a Trainee Solicitor in the Real Estate and Construction team.
Reem will be gaining experience in the firm’s key practice areas at the Bahrain, Dubai and London offices as part of her training contract.
She joined the Bahrain office in 2018 as a Paralegal and has been providing legal support across different departments and jurisdictions, including Real Estate, Construction, Private Client, Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Business Services.
In particular, she has experience assisting on major real estate development projects in the Middle East and has been involved in the preparation of key structuring advice and legal documentation such as sale and purchase agreements, joint property bylaws and community declarations. She also worked on UK conveyancing, employment matters and fraud cases.
Reem has also been assisting with the administration of a bank in Bahrain, which includes high value disputes in various jurisdictions. Her involvement includes undertaking day-to-day administration of the Bank, liaising with third parties, translating and drafting submissions to court, amongst other tasks.
Reem has co-authored a number of articles focusing on legal developments in the Middle East.
Prior to joining the firm, Reem was part of the in-house legal team at a local conglomerate where she gained valuable experience by assisting the legal and compliance departments.
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