Areas of Practice
- Criminal Law
- White Collar Crimes
- LL.M. International Business Law from Universite Paris II Pantheon-Assas
- MBA, Canadian University Dubai
- Bachelors in Law from University of Sharjah
Fatima, an administration manager and specialist of the litigation department at Mahmood Hussain Advocates and Legal Consultancy (MHLF), is an up-and-coming powerhouse litigator in the fields of criminal law, criminal defense, investigation and finance. As the youngest advocate at MHLF, Fatima has quickly earned her place among its diverse team with her astute level of advocacy and investigation skills in the courtroom. She is among the few female Emirati lawyers with an active role as court litigator and is highly regarded for her stamina and knowledge in organizational finance frameworks.
Fatima is an Associate Partner at MHLF. She completed her MBA at the Canadian University Dubai and her LL.M. International Business Law from Universite Paris II Pantheon-Assas. Fatima provides pro bono services for criminal court cases with a growing list of favorable judgments.
Mahmood Hussain Advocates and Legal Consultancy (MHLF), has strengthened its practice with the involvement of Fatima Hussain as its administration manager and litigation specialist in white-collar crimes.
With adroit knowledge in all manners of advocacy, organizational finance, criminal defense and investigation; Fatima’s portfolio includes a growing list of favorable judgements for her work as a criminal lawyer to include matters of fraud and the seizure of funds. Notably, she has represented an international organization in the investigation of an embezzlement case involving the CEO, successfully defending high-level executives from the accusation of disclosing sensitive information.
Fatima’s areas of expertise span civil and criminal law, finance, investigations, marketing, and administration management. As such, Fatima provides advisory services in the aforementioned fields alongside criminal defense, court litigation, legal counsel, and policy development in addition to the provision of pro bono cases.