Mahmoud Abuwasel is a Harvard graduate practitioner with substantial experience in high-value and cross-jurisdictional disputes and focuses on international arbitration, complex litigation, and tax controversy.
He has represented leading HNW investors, publicly listed companies, Government companies, large family holding companies, and multinationals in multi-billion-dollar litigation and arbitration proceedings and is regularly published and interviewed in leading news outlets.
Mahmoud is an admitted lawyer in Australia, a registered legal consultant in the UAE and the ADGM, and in Part 1 of the DIFC Courts, has completed the Gold Standard Course by the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society, and is a licensed solicitor in the State of Victoria.
Mahmoud also serves as Vice-President of The Hague Institute for Global Justice in the Netherlands and served as Co-Chair of International Development of the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs.
Mahmoud is regularly published and interviewed by leading outlets such as LexisNexis, Thomson Reuters, MEED Magazine, Gulf Business, Gulf News, and Law.com.
Clients describe him as “being a quick thinker”, “an outstanding gentleman”, “a great professional lawyer”, “a master at his game”, and an “unstoppable force”.