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Introducing Louay Oussi and Oussi Law Firm

 

London, UK, September 04, 2021 – McapMediaWireAdvisory Excellence is pleased to introduce Louay Oussi and Oussi Law Firm to our network. Louay, who joined the law firm at the beginning of 2013, now assumes the task of managing all the activities of the law firm and he will follow the footsteps of his Father in all legal issues.

 

Oussi Law Firm

 

Thanks to the unforgettable efforts of the late Mr. Gabriel Oussi, Oussi Law Firm is well known to the International Association of Lawyers (UIA), Association of European Lawyers (AEA), International Criminal Defence Council (ICDC), Arabic Society for the Protection of Industrial Property (ASPIP), The Arab Arbitration Chamber for Engineering & Construction Contracts, Islamic Finance Lawyers (IsFin), and many more respected brands.

Oussi Law Firm was established in 1968 by lawyer Mr. Gabriel Oussi who graduated from the University of Damascus, School of Law, in 1968 and was admitted in the same year to the Syrian Bar Association.

Louay Oussi is joining Advisory Excellence, as our exclusively recommended Religious Law expert in Syria.

The aim of Oussi Law Firm is to assist clients in attaining their rights under the law, leaving them satisfied with the services they have received; to gain reputation before gaining money and to lead clients to their rights through the safest channel, without any risk, because the law firm has such a good reputation and such a high level of experience as its lawyers can fully protect clients’ interests.

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