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Legislative Drafting

Al-Ajaleen has the best practice for crafting laws. We have drafted more than 100 pieces of legislation and were the first legal practice in the area to provide legislative drafting services.

Exceptional technical drafting skills

Our team of legislative drafters combines drafting knowledge with our broader legal and business acumen. We can offer benchmarking services due to our knowledge of global best practices and our regional presence.

We specialize in working on legislative initiatives for national and regional governments in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman, among other countries in the region.

Our legislative drafting team, which includes professionals who speak Arabic and English well, works on legislation in a range of areas, including but not limited to the following: immigration, real estate, investment, security, economics, education, health, municipal issues, space, free zones, culture, the growth of communities, early learning and childhood, and technology.

We design internal rules, bylaws, and policies for irregular entities and the commercial sector, where our legislative drafting skills are in demand.

The practice services we offer for legislative drafting

  • Guidance on municipal laws and policy matters.
  • Gap analysis to identify threats and weaknesses in the current legal framework.
  • Benchmarking tests to find optimal procedures.
  • Figuring out what pertinent international duties the targeted jurisdiction has to fulfill.
  • Composing new resolutions, circulars, statutes, rules, and policies.
  • Recommending and creating changes to the resolutions, circulars, rules, policies, and laws that are currently in effect.
  • Rewriting English-drafted legislation to make it consistent with the target legislature’s framework
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