Qualities of Best Dubai lawyers
Licensing and regulatory requirements for lawyers, especially foreign qualified professionals, are complicated and in most cases, the firm in question and the lawyers seeking to practice law in Dubai must make sure they fulfill all the necessities.
In most cases, foreign qualified lawyers not licensed to
practice in one of the GCC states are going to be prevented
from appearing in courts in Dubai.
They can, however, work in other capacities, most of which are in-house positions or corporate posts. This means it is a major bonus for those seeking to work in the legal field in Dubai to be well versed with local practices, have an in-depth appreciation of the functioning of the local courts and the different appeal stages and composition, and be fluent in Arabic.
A commendable roster of services gives a Dubai-based and partly staffed by natives gives the law firms a key advantage over other establishments as far as rules governing the role and capacity of litigators in local courts is concerned. Keeping these struggles in mind, you can hire Dubai lawyers from Rashid Al Kaitoob for legal assistance.
The senior leadership at a Dubai-based law firm is best served by a native and therefore fluent in Arabic staff, which is highly well versed with not just the general expectations of conduct and practice, but also specifically how the legal system in the UAE works. This is particularly important since even though the UAE has a huge and constantly expanding market for legal services, it does not follow the common law system, i.e the system that governs several countries that are members of the commonwealth. Even though the UAE gained independence from the UK, it follows a system of rules and regulations that take influence from Islamic jurisprudence, local custom, and French, Egyptian and Roman law. This means especially in the case of diverse needs, wherein the client requires legal office work in addition to litigation requirements, reaching out to use and employing lawyers as qualified as those at Rashid Al Kaitoob would mean you would not have to approach another entity to help you with your other requirements.
Most of the positions opening up for fresh graduates or experienced or highly experienced lawyers still require for them to either have an understanding of the way local regulations work, have substantial experience practicing law in the UAE, or be able to read and write Arabic with a strong command over the language. Still, in most cases, the strongest possible candidate will possess all of these qualities, which we can assure you, the lawyers we hand your matters to will sustain.