Hind Bin Al Sheikh & Partners Law Firm

About Us

Our Vision & Mission

Hind bin Al Shiekh Law Firm& Partners is a premier legal firm established in 1986, specializing in providing comprehensive legal solutions and expert attorneys. Our mission is to deliver exceptional legal services to our clients and uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and excellence.

At Hind bin Al Shiekh Law Firm, we understand that legal matters can be complex and overwhelming. Therefore, our dedicated team of experienced attorneys is committed to offering personalized guidance and support to navigate through the intricacies of legal affairs.

We strive to be at the forefront of the legal industry, constantly seeking innovation and staying updated with the latest legal developments. Our team undergoes continuous professional development to ensure that we are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle even the most challenging legal cases.

Our Founder

Lawyer Hind Mohamed Saleh bin Sheikh: During her long career of over 37 years, Hind has had extensive practical experience, she is one of the leading female lawyers in Kuwait. She obtained her law degree from Cairo University’s Faculty of Law in 1969 and began her professional career as a lawyer in the Fatwa and Legislation Administration from 1969 to 1986, where she gained valuable experience. Hind has also worked as an arbitrator in many commercial arbitration cases inside and outside Kuwait, earning an excellent professional reputation as a result. In 1986, she founded her own law office.
In addition, Hind has held several memberships in various positions. She is a registered member of the Kuwaiti Lawyers Association and a listed arbitrator at the Kuwait Commercial Arbitration Centre. She is also a registered expert at the Gulf Arbitration Centre. Hind is a founding member of the Kuwaiti Association for the Defense of the Constitution and Legitimacy and has been listed in the court’s list of judicial guards since 2011.
In particular, Hind paid great attention to women and their issues. She was one of the earliest supporters of the idea of women standing for election membership in the Kuwaiti National Assembly after being absent and marginalized for several decades. She expressed this encouragement tangibly when she wrote and published her book “Women as Members of the National Assembly” in 1999.

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