Al Wakeel is a leading Iraqi law firm established in 1998, providing legal services in the telecommunications, corporate, finance and banking, commercial, oil and gas sectors. Our success is reflected in the quality of the client base we have built over the years. We are often involved in contentious and complex matters and proudly act for major corporations, private and public institutions, high net worth individuals as well as government and quasi governmental bodies.
At Al Wakeel lawyers there is a synergy between local and international legal issues. We have a highly regarder team of expertes who specialize in drafting, litigation, arbitration, local court procceding and which provide specialist legal advice in respects of all our pratice sectors. We pride ourselves in providing a practical and commercially sound approach to solving business issues to overcome the complex commercial, regulatory, legal and technical issues characteristic of doing business in Iraq. We value our relationship with each client and ensure that our rigorous standards are maintained in all matters, large or small. Our lawyers share industry knowledge and sector expertise across borders, enabling us to support our clients anywhere in the world.
We have six main principles:
The client shall have the right to maintain secrets and concealing those secrets absolutely through utilizing advanced administrative methods of confidentiality undertaking. The company undertakes to preserve all documents and papers of the client.
We offer our legal services to the highest level of professionalism. We always achieve the best results at the least time and means.
We have enough time, distinct staff, technology, management and potential capacity to address all your needs.
All customer communications and inquiries are responded at all times.
Every client shall have the right to know his/her status and the right to obtain a written report at each stage of his/her lawsuit as well as obtaining a copy of the full case file at any time.
Proxy and consultancy are trustworthiness. Thus, the adviser or solicitor should be trustworthy and brief the consulted person with all legal aspects of their cases.