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Our target is to do more than just be a law firm


Corporate Social Responsibility

Our target is to do more than just be a law firm; we have pledged to have more involvement, to be more nuanced and sophisticated in our approach. We want to find the link between the principles and our activities whilst strengthening our relationships with one another, our community and our clients.

The firm looks to encourage and support the UN Global Compact 10 Principals with respect to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption including sustainable development goals.

In 2016, Al Sulaiti Law Firm became the first local law firm in the region to become signatories of the UN Global Compact, demonstrating our support for its 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment, and anti-bribery and corruption. We are committed to integrating these principles into our day-to-day operations.

View our Annual CSR Report

Rule of Law Matters

Our responsibilities towards the rule of law and the legal profession enrich our corporate social responsibilities. Al Sulaiti Law Firm is involved in the development of the Community, Education and the Environment. Our relationships with our clients are a vital part of our success, we show interest in our clients to deliver a clear understanding of the nature of their roles and this enables us to achieve better results and higher client satisfaction rates.

Pro bono Matters

We aim to make a positive contribution to our communities by using our legal skills and expertise.

Community Matters

We support some of our client's corporate aims and objectives as part of our CSR. Giving back to our community is a vital part of what we do. The community we are part of, work in and live in is also part of our responsibilities. In addition to that Al Sulaiti Law Firm delivers Pro bono services in many areas of the Qatari law. No distinction is made between Pro bono clients and other clients in working hours; we respect and treat all our clients fairly whilst ensuring that they are provided with the best legal services.

Environment Matters

We are committed in promoting the conservation of natural resources, preventing environmental pollution, and continuously improving our environmental performance. We are taking steps to reduce the impact our business has on the environment. We set ambitious and measurable targets in each area of our CSR strategy and report our progress in our annual CSR Report.

Wellbeing Matters

We highly value our employees wellbeing. Many of our employee initiatives are developed internally by Al Sulaiti Law Firm staff and reaffirm our commitment that Al Sulaiti remains a stimulating, well-balanced, supportive and. Fulfilling place to work. hence, we aim for a sustainable and healthy work environment for our employees.

Diversity Matters

Al Sulaiti Law Firm believes in diversity in the work place, we believe in an inter-cultural environment and encourage Equal Employment Opportunity. Our team is combined of regional and western cultures, they speak both English and Arabic in addition to French and Italian and we are placed to navigate our clients through all their requirements.

pro bono services

Al Sulaiti Law Firm has a rich heritage in pro bono work, we have maintained more that 18 years in legal work alongside providing pro bono work to charities, legal advice clinics and to those in need. Our lawyers donate their skills, time and experience so that our pro bono clients have access to justice regardless of background or wealth. Come of our our Pro bono activities, include a signed partnership with the Law Clinic at Qatar University, College of Law where we provide the clinic with 100 hours of free legal services to those that cannot afford to hire legal assistance. In addition to that we also provide pro bono services to Dreama Orphanage and Qatar Autism Society. We are also a member of the Qatar Lawyers Association – Mohamoo Qatar – where we are dedicated to provide pro bono services to the Qatari community and most recently cases revolving around the blockade against Qatar and COVID- 19.