Outer Temple barristers set to meet law firms and businesses during Dubai visit
Fifteen Outer Temple barristers, including six QCs, and three Chambers directors will be in Dubai from 5–8 May, meeting with and presenting to a range of organisations, local law firms and businesses. The visit includes a reception for around 70 guests at the Capital Club Dubai.
The visit welcomes David Russell QC who has relocated his principal base to Dubai and marks the opening of the Outer Temple offices in Dubai.
Among those visiting Dubai is Ali Almihdar, the only English-qualified barrister who is a Saudi lawyer; he is head of Almihdar Law Firm based in Jeddah.
Andrew Spink QC, head of the business department at Outer Temple Chambers, is co-ordinating the visit.
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