Kettani Law Firm


8 Rue Lahcen El Basri

+212 522 438 900

+212 522 205 925

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Languages: French, English, Arabic, Spanish

Kettani Law Firm (KLF) is one of the strongest independent law firms in Morocco. It was originally established by Professor Azzedine Kettani in 1971. Senior partners Nadia Kettani and Rita Kettani are respectively the head of the international consulting department and the head of the commercial department, and the litigation department and the labour law department.

KLF specializes in financial and business activities, and is an acknowledged leader in the fields of corporate finance, banking, project finance, corporate and commercial law. Accordingly, the firm regularly represents banks and other financial institutions, international businesses, major public and private companies and government offices in Morocco and North Africa.
The KLF corporate and M&A team has been constantly expanding with various recruits joining the team from Europe, and, for the US, Azzedine Kettani and Nadia Kettani continue to work as first points of contact for foreign investors seeking legal advice in relation to their businesses in Morocco.

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