Mohammed Bashir’s practice focuses on government advisory, public and administrative affairs, and international law. Having served at the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed carried over his experience in public law to his private practice. Mohammed leverages his previous public and private experience in mastering the complexity of public law as applied to businesses, particularly protection of foreign investors.
Mohammed regularly advises on Saudi law and international law. He participated in devising the legal framework of several local governments and special economic zones. In relation to international law, he routinely advises clients on matters related to protection of investors under both treaty and customary international law, in addition to matters related to the privileges and immunities of state organs and international organizations. He also has substantive experience in negotiating and drafting international instruments including hosting agreements, investment treaties and model bilateral investment agreements.
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University of Geneva - 2019 Master of Advanced Study
Georgetown University - 2008 Master of Laws (LL.M.)
University of Jordan - 2006 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
Jordan - Jordanian Bar