Bars & Courts
- Oman Appeal Court
- Oman Primary Courts
- Arab Advocates Association
- Omani Lawyers Association
- Egyptian Association of Political Economy, Statistics and Legislation
Doctor of Laws, Zagazig University, Egypt, 2004
Master of Laws, Zagazig University, Egypt, 1994
Bachelor of Laws, University of Mansoora, Egypt, 1991
Dr Mohammed Yousef Allam
T: + 968 2481 4466
F: + 968 2481 2256
Litigation and Arbitration
Dr. Yousef heads one of AMJ’s litigation and arbitration teams and is respected as a leading practitioner in the field of dispute resolution in Oman. He represents a broad portfolio of clients spanning ministries, government entities, public authorities, leading corporate and institutional bodies and private individuals before all tiers of the Omani Courts. As well as his expertise in commercial and civil litigation and arbitration, Dr Yousef has developed a specialist practice in the field of Omani administrative law. His successful track record of prosecuting and defending ground-breaking cases before Oman’s administrative court has led to Dr Yousef being consulted by the Ministry of Justice on the development of new administrative laws
As well as his technical expertise gained over 25 years of litigation experience in multiple jurisdictions, Dr Yousef’s clients benefit from his attention to detail and unfailing commitment to to their best interests at every stage of a dispute.
Prior to joining AMJ in 2005, Dr. Yousef practised for 15 years in one of the leading firms in Egypt appearing before administrative courts in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. In 2009, he was appointed as an accredited arbitrator by the Egyptian Arbitration Centre. Dr. Yousef has authored a number of publications on substantive law and Sharia law and delivers periodic seminars on arbitration and litigation to government and educational institutions.
Representative transactions include:
- Nullification of the arbitration provision in a commercial matter before the Administrative Court.
- Cancellation of a negative administrative decision awarded 11 years previously under the principle that there was no legal limitation.