CA-LAW gets new chief executive

Revolutionary Global Law
  • By Aneesa Ibrahim

Global law firm CA-LAW gets new chief executive


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CA-Law (CA-LAW.org) broke all the moulds in 2009 when it became the world’s first law firm with total global jurisdiction. The ground breaking achievement was achieved thanks to the revolutionary vision of a young 21 year old trainee lawyer and entrepreneur, Sheikh Shamsaldin Qais Sulayman Al-Said of London. (sheikhalsaid.theinternational.org.uk)

Sheikh Al-Said came to notoriety following several high profile legal cases he took for corruption, war crimes and breaches of international laws.

Today Sheikh Al-Said becomes the world’s youngest CEO of a multinational law firm. Moving the firms head quarters from California USA to his home town of London UK has firmly stamped Al-Said’s mark on the legal and political world, globally.

 

The legal and political worlds are now watching to see what this superman’s next move will be.


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