Attorneys and Private Notaries Profiles

Faten Al Haddad

Faten Al Haddad, Esq.
Lawyer, Private Notary, Arbitrator and Founder of Al Haddad Law Firm and Private Notary.

Faten Al Haddad is a multi-award winning lawyer currently practicing in her self-founded law practice, Al Haddad law firm. As a lawyer, Faten is extraordinarily talented with several impressive accolades to her name in her professional and humanitarian work. Educated in Bahrain and the UK, she completed Master of Laws in International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law, as she has taken on the challenge of Intellectual Property Rights worldwide.

Faten Al Haddad is one of the few Private Notaries in the Kingdom of Bahrain and we can provide notary services in our offices, companies and to your doorsteps.

As a prominent lawyer in both the Bahraini and international scene, her firm is representing many International Law Firms in Bahrain while she is practicing law in Bahraini Courts and abroad.

In 2011, she established her own law firm, which boasts reputable domestic and international clients, providing legal services from Copyright, Trademark, Media, Journalism and Advertising Law to Mergers and Acquisitions,

Al Haddad Law Firm offers a huge range of legal services. Her multilingual team has years of combined legal expertise under the guidance of Faten herself. She is an inspiring lawyer and philanthropist with a clear vision of the rapidly changing legal landscape.

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Sara T. Alawi
Jr. Associate

Sara holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Bahrain.  Her dissertation on “Disciplinary Responsibility of Lawyers in Comparative Law” was listed as one of the top 5 dissertations in the Law College at the University of Bahrain.

Prior to joining Al Haddad Law Firm, Sara worked Al Tamimi & Company and Mena Chambers Bahrain where she worked and coordinated on various matters related to mortgaging, securities transactions. Sara has also represented international and national clients in commercial, civil and administrative disputes.

Sara is also an active member of the youth civil society in Bahrain and regularly works with various non-profit and youth organisations.  In 2016 Sara represented Bahrain in the “Arab Youth, Peace & Security Dialogue” organized by the UNDP.

Sara assists and advises clients on legal matters pertaining to civil, commercial, banking laws, intellectual property and dispute resolution through litigation and arbitration.

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