Abdulla Abu-Wasel is a graduate of the University of La Verne with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. He is a certified Legal Technician in the State of California and has studied Contract Law at Harvard University.
Abdulla trained under the former Chief Justice of the UAE Federal Supreme Court, working on matters varying from bounced cheques in relation to identity theft, to the applicability of force majeure on insurance disputes, and employment law compliance.
He has written on a multitude of topics, including navigating the arbitrator selection process, the laws of space and the implementation of space cybersecurity, the business of influencing, and social media laws and regulations in the UAE.
He specializes in commercial and investment arbitration, mergers and acquisitions, and influencer disputes.
Abdulla works closely with entrepreneurs and small-to-medium-sized enterprises in protecting their businesses from minor to major disputes and is closely trusted by various high-net-worth entrepreneurs in the MENA region.
Abdulla serves as the Secretary to the Board of Directors for The Hague Institute of Global Justice, a Partner of Young Arab Leaders, and a member of the Space Generation Advisory Council.