Kirkland sets up in Riyadh

by Silvia Saccardi 1 November 2023

Kirkland & Ellis has expanded to the Middle East, setting up an office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The law firm has been granted a Foreign Law Licence from the country’s Ministry of Justice.

Corporate partner Kamran Bajwa will lead the new office. He has served at the firm since 2011 and specialises in international legal matters for private equity sponsors, corporations, family offices and individuals.

Joining him are Noor Al-Fawzan and Manal Al-Musharaf.

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