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|Position||: Law Firm|
|Company||: Badri and Salim El Meouchi Law Firm|
Chadia El Meouchi Naoum – Managing Partner
Chadia El Meouchi is Managing Partner of Badri and Salim El Meouchi Law Firm, one of the oldest regional law firms active across the Middle East, with offices in Lebanon and Qatar. She is a member of the New York Bar since 2000. Chadia has been consistently recognised as a leading corporate and commercial lawyer in a number of law directories and guides, including Chambers Global Guide for Leading Lawyers, the International Financial Legal Review, Global Legal 500, and Asia Law and Practical Lawyer – PLC Which Lawyer. Chadia is board member of various companies in different industries and has authored a number of articles. She is also frequently invited to speak at conferences on numerous topics. Chadia is a visiting professor at: University Panthéon – Assas Paris II, Paris – France: Lecturing in the LLM for Business Law in the Arab countries; At American University of Beirut lecturing in the Master of Science Energy; At The Lebanese American University lecturing in LLM for Business Law. Chadia has a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University, a Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Montreal, a Master of Laws (LLM) from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, a post-graduate diploma in Oil & Gas law from Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen), an Islamic Finance Qualification from the UK Securities and Investment Institute and ESA, and a Certificate in arbitration and ADR from the Canadian International Arbitration Centre (McGill University).
Maryline Kalaydjian – Associate