Leila Alem Hammoud

  • Partner at Alem & Associates (19 Attorneys)
  • Park Place, 8th Floor, Office 801/802, Sheikh Zayed Road, WTC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Author of the Chapter "A Look at Lebanon and Beyond", Inside the Minds: Employment Law Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa. Lebanon, Aspatore Books, Thomson Reuters, 2010. Author of the Chapter "Employment & Labor", “Business Laws of Lebanon”, Thomson Reuters, 2009. Co-Author of “Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Lebanon", Kluwer Law International, 1998. Contributed to the Blue Flag interactive online guide for Employment and personnel share plans, Linklaters & Alliance (Since 2002).

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Employment and Social Security Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+971 4 3203 999  Phone
+971 4 3200590  Fax
University Attended:
Lebanese University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences,, B.A., Law, 1990
Year of First Admission:
1990, Beirut Bar
Beirut Bar Association.
Arabic and English and French

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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