Muhammad has been in the legal profession since 2011 and is experienced in representing clients in litigation and arbitration matters.
His practice with the Firm focuses on various civil, commercial and criminal litigation cases held before the local courts in Doha, and on various domestic and international arbitration matters including both construction and non-construction disputes.
Muhammad holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the American University in Cairo, a Juris Doctorate degree from Vermont Law School and an LLM degree from The State University of New York at Buffalo Law School.
Muhammad is admitted to the Bars of Washington, D.C., the State of New York and the State of New Jersey.
He is fluent in English and Arabic.