Eversheds opens seventh Middle East office in Kurdistan region
Eversheds has announced an expansion of its Middle East operations with the opening of a second office in Iraq, located in Erbil, Kurdistan region.
The opening of the Erbil office will mark the opening of Eversheds’ seventh office in the Middle East. The firm already has a strong foothold across the region with existing offices located in Amman (Jordan), Abu Dhabi and Dubai (the United Arab Emirates), Baghdad (Iraq), Doha (Qatar) and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia).
The new Erbil office will operate in association with highly experienced local lawyers.
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