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Amin Alemohamad

Amin Alemohammad is an attorney at law and a member of the Iranian Bar Association in Tehran. He is a 2004 law graduate and, in 2005, succeeded in obtaining an apprenticeship license under the leadership of Mr. Mohammad Sadegh Alemohammad. Amin Alemohammad is currently partner at the Alemohammad Law Office. From 2002 to 2004 he worked at the Bar Association as an apprentice for the Pro Bono section. In 2005, he worked as a legal advisor in the Center of International Legal Affairs of the Presidency (CILA) and gained great experience in variety arbitration case. He received his master's degree, 2013, in International Law from William S. Richardson School of Law, University Hawaii at Manoa. In 2014, he became a member of the Washington, D.C. Bar Association as Special Legal Consultant, the Washington International Trade Association (WITA), the Iranian American Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

 

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Sadegh Alemohammad

Sadegh Alemohammad is an attorney at law and founded the Alemohammad Law Office in 1973. He is currently a member of the Bar Association in Ahvaz as well as member of the Iranian Bar Associations Union. Mr. Alemohammad served 2 terms as President of the Bar Association of Southern Iran and is currently a member of its Board of Directors. He is well known for his work with the Iran - United States Claims Tribunal. Mr. Alemohammad is also known for successfully handling high profile cases, including that of Shahram Jazayeri

 

 

 

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Amir Alemohammad  

Amir Alemohammad is an attorney at law and a member of the Bar Association in Tehran, Iran. He is a law graduate, 2006 and in 2008 succeeded in obtaining apprenticeship license under the leadership of Mr. Sadegh Alemohammad. Amir Alemohammad is currently a partner at the Alemohammad Law Office. In 2012, he received his Master's degree in public law from University of Tehran and his Law Doctorate in 2016.

 


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