Salman A. Al-Ansari

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Salman A. Al-Ansari
Salman A. Al-Ansari photo.jpg
Born (1981-01-01) 1 January 1981 (age 33)
Doha, Qatar
Occupation

Partner at

Al-Ansari & Associates
Website
alansarilaw.com

Salman A. Al Ansari is a lawyer and former national football player who works as a partner at Al-Ansari & Associates, a full-service law firm with practices in the transactional, corporate, litigation, and regulatory areas.[1]

Education and career[edit]

Salman A. Al-Ansari graduated from Qatar University with Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 2004. While at Qatar University, he was playing at Al Rayyan Sports Club and the Qatar national football team until 2005 where he had a heart surgery.[2] In 2006, he attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School from which he graduated with Master of Laws (LLM) in 2007.[3] In 2013, Salman attended HEC Paris and was awarded EMBA. [4]

Salman started lecturing at Qatar University College of Law directly after his graduation from University of Pennsylvania Law School for three years.[5] During that time, he was able to introduce the first legal writing program which evolved to be a legal research and writing module then a center under Qatar University College of Law.

After leaving Qatar University, Salman joined Patton Boggs LLP,[6] where he was the first Qatari national to be on partnership track in a leading foreign law firm. He joined Al-Ansari & Associates after Patton Boggs, where he helped reshape the firm's strategy and relaunched its identity to focus on delivering Qatar law.

In addition to his job at Al-Ansari & Associates, Salman is a visiting lecturer at Qatar University College of Law.[7] He spoke in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Annual International Legal Forum organized by ExxonMobil.[8] In addition to workshops delivered for the Family Supreme Council, Roudha Center and Georgetown University - Qatar Women Society.[9][10] He published an article regarding restructuring the financial sector in Qatar.[11]

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