Diyar Al Muharraq Supports Training Program for Bahrainis

Published October 27th, 2009 - 02:48 GMT

DIYAR AL MUHARRAQ announced its sponsorship of a special training program for Bahraini law school graduates in partnership with the international law firm Trowers & Hamlins, headquartered in the UK. The initiative is the first of its kind in Bahrain, comes as part of the company’s commitment to sponsor community building activities and encourage fellow leading private sector organizations to initiate similar programs.

Those chosen for the program will be provided with all their needs, and will have the opportunity to train and gain invaluable experience at the hands of Trowers & Hamlins’ leading legal experts in Bahrain in a wide range of legal disciplines, including: corporate and private equity, real estate and construction, banking and finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Aaref Hejres, CEO of DIYAR AL MUHARRAQ, expressed his appreciation for Trowers & Hamlins for their support and enthusiasm in facilitating this initiative, in particular Mr. Abdul-Haq Mohammed, partner and Head of Middle East Real Estate at the law firm.

He also reiterated the company’s pledge to positive social contribution, stating “we remain committed to selecting those initiatives which help in the development of our youth because they are the true capital on which we build our Kingdom’s future. We consider such efforts an integral part of our social responsibility as a long-term sustainable project that strengthens our national economy and sets it on solid ground.”


Abdul-Haq Mohammed says "We are delighted to be working with a valued client DIYAR AL MUHARRAQ in providing opportunities to Bahraini law graduates. This initiative complements our current summer placement scheme in Bahrain and the long-term contracts we have granted over the years to a number of Bahrainis to train in our network of offices and qualify as UK lawyers."

DIYAR AL MUHARRAQ offers a cohesive mix of residential and commercial properties with the potential for around 30,000 dwellings housing over 120,000 people. The self-contained city will bolster the national economy by creating a large number of job opportunities and attracting foreign investments, as well as enhancing the overall lifestyle of Bahrainis by providing high-quality housing options that suit families of all income levels.

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