Zu’bi & Partners Attorneys & Legal Consultants (Z&P), Bahrain’s oldest established and leading law firm, and one of the region’s top tier firms, has once again won the prestigious National Law Firm of the Year 2015 Award for Bahrain presented by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR), the leading market guide for financial and corporate law firms worldwide at its awards ceremony held on 28 October at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai.
Z&P is consistently recognized and listed among the top law firms in the region by leading legal journals, directories and periodicals, such as Chambers Global, IFRL1000 and the Legal 500. The firm, listed by IFLR1000 as “Financial & Corporate Top Tier Firm 2015”, has also received a number of significant accolades from other prominent finance and legal publications.
Senior Partner Qays H. Zu’bi, who attended the high profile event last night, commented: “We are absolutely delighted with our renewed success at the IFLR Middle East Awards, as we know these are highly competitive and an important benchmark of performance. This award goes a long way in acknowledging the excellent legal services which the firm provides to its clients, as well as the everlasting dedication and expertise of our team of highly qualified lawyers. We look forward to building on our success next year and to expanding the range of services we provide in the region”.
Note to Editors:
Zu’bi & Partners is the oldest established local law firm in Bahrain and a top-tier legal services provider in Bahrain and the GCC. The firm provides legal services across all leading sectors including banking and finance, corporate, commercial, construction, real estate, to name just a few. It acts for both corporate clients and high net worth individuals in many diverse areas, including litigation and arbitration, property, labour, trade and family law.
The breadth of expertise and success of the Firm has been widely recognized by independent legal commentators and publications and is reflected in its client base of leaders in their fields, including both private and public institutions, government and quasi-government bodies, as well as high net worth individuals.