Attorneys & Of-Counsel


Amjad Badran.


Mr. Badran is specialized in commercial and securities matters as well  legislative drafting. Education: L.L.B., Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, College of Law (2001); L.L.M. (2002), University of Leicester, UK and C.P.E (2003), University of Central England, UK. Languages: Arabic, English and Hebrew. Member, Palestinian Bar (2005).



Raed Amaya.  


Mr. Amaya is specialized in litigation, insurance, real property, ecclesiastical courts proceedings and family law. He holds an L.L.B., Al-Quds University, College of Law (2000), Jerusalem, Palestine; Advanced Diploma in Law, Law Institute, BirZeit University, (2003), Ramallah, Palestine. Languages: Arabic and English. Member, Palestinian Bar (2002).


Rami Husseini.


Mr. Husseini is specialized in constitutional matters, government relations, legislative and regulatory issues, and real property. Education: L.L.B., Al-Quds University, College of Law (2001), Jerusalem, Palestine; L.L.M., Al-Quds University, College of Law (June 2006), Jerusalem, Palestine. Languages: Arabic, and conversational English. Member, Palestinian Bar (2003).



Imad Abu Ata.  


Mr. Abu Ata’s experience includes serving as an associate for a number of prestigious law firms in France and Palestine in depth knowledge and expertise of various areas of the law.  He established an export company dealing in non-ferrous metals.  Currently he is engaged as legal advisor for a Multinational Project involving local, international and government investors to establish an industrial free zone in Bethlehem, West Bank. Mr. Abu Ata is specialized in commercial litigation, banking-related transaction and loan agreements, real estate, labor/employment, insurance, international transactions, taxation and investment. Obtained his Masters in Law, University of Auvergne, France (1995), and a certificate in Judicial and Diplomatic and International Relations, University of Auvergne, France (1997).  He is fluent in five languages: Arabic, English, French, Hebrew and Italian. Member France Bar (1997).



Saad Khatib.


Mr. Khatib is a trade policy and legal specialist. He holds a Juris Doctorate and a BA in economics from the United States.  He has occupied several positions both in the private sector and the government. He is currently the Senior Policy Advisor to the Palestinian Minister of National Economy and.  Prior to that, he was the Director of the Portland Trust office in Ramallah.  Mr. Khatib served as the Secretary General of the Palestinian Federation of Industries, representing some four thousand industrial establishments in Palestine.  He held the post of the Director of the Trade Policy Department at the Palestine Trade Center - Paltrade - responsible for advocating the private sector position on creating an enabling trading environment.  He was also one of the pioneers in the advocacy of the creation of a Palestinian Trade in Services Policy through the creation of the necessary legal, regulatory and institutional infrastructure for liberalization of trade in services.  Earlier in his career, he served as Policy Advisor to the Palestinian Ministry of National Economy under the direction of the London School of Economics' Economic Policy Program (EPP), responsible for providing technical assistance towards the creation of an Autonomous Palestinian Trade Regime, in preparation for the establishment of an independent Palestinian State. He served as the Deputy Director General of International Relations at the Ministry of Economy.  He was General Manager of Palestine Online, a prominent Internet Service Provider in Palestine.  Mr. Khatib's is well published and his publications on trade policy and reform issues include: The Effect of Terrorism on U.S. Trade Policy, and Palestine Under WTO Law.  He participates in various joint peace-related discussion, especially on economic issues and works with international experts striving for peaceful co-existence.  Languages: Arabic and English. 


Malea Kiblan


She is admitted to the bars of California, New York, the District of Columbia and Virginia.  She is also admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. Malea Kiblan is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of Law, she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Oregon and she holds a Masters degree in Public Administration and Policy Analysis from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. She was an Amy Seller Goldsmith Fellow during her studies.


She practiced for many years in civil and criminal litigation but has confined her practice to immigration law for the last 25 years.  She served on the Board of Governors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and was President of the Washington D.C. Metro chapter (including Maryland and Virginia) of the association.  She has been a frequent speaker on immigration law and was given the Human Rights Award by the American Immigration Lawyers Association in 1995 for her work on Palestinian asylum claims.  She received the Constitutional Rights Award from the National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom in 2001 in recognition of her outstanding legal service, commitment to due process and stand against the use of secret evidence and she was named Attorney of the Year for her pro bono work by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in 2008.


In her role as Of-Counsel with Husseini&Husseini Malea Kiblan will be consulting on matters relating to Immegration to the US and cases relating to individual and constitutional rights under United Sates Law. 


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