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Zainab is a qualified lawyer in Libya who specialises in Contract Law, Tax Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Banking, Oil and Gas and Corporate Tax. Her clientele predominantly consists of ultra-high-net worth individuals and billion-dollar companies.

With legal experience spanning from North Africa to the Middle East, Zainab is fully equipped to tackle complex legal matters at a multi-jurisdictional scale. With over two decades of legal experience, Zainab demonstrates tenacity and a strongly dynamic approach to each case.

Equipped with an entrepreneurial mind paired with her high calibre commercial knowledge, Zainab provides her clients with advice that considers the evolving nature of the business world. She consistently delivers high quality results for her clients and adopts a solution-focused approach to challenges. She provides her clients with the highest standard of service and ensures that her clients are always satisfied with the level of service she provides.

Zainab completed her MA in Politics and International Relations at the University of Exeter.

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