Noor Hasan Associate


Speaks:  English, French, Arabic

District of Columbia Bar Admission: 2021 - Attorney at Law


Primary office:  Dubai




Noor Hasan

Noor joined the Dubai based IP team as an associate to support the rapidly growing IP practice. Prior to joining, Noor worked in a top tier international law firm in Washington D.C. where her experience was centred on trademark, copyright and media law with a particular focus on the technology, entertainment, video game, television, fashion/retail and food service industries. She assisted both mature and emerging companies on all aspects of brand development from inception though international expansion and beyond.

Since joining Noor has been involved in commercial matters with particular focus on the commercialisation of IP rights through franchising, licensing, development and other collaborative agreements across a wide range of industries such as, e-commerce, F&B, fashion and technology. Noor also handles a broad range of intellectual property matters, with a particular focus on IP counselling, enforcement, complex IP licensing and copyright enforcement in the technology, education, retail, hospitality, consumer products and other industries.

Noor holds two master degrees specialising in Intellectual Property, Antirust and Business Law from the George Washington Law School. She is fluent in Arabic, English and French.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2021

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
       2021
      District of Columbia Bar Admission, Attorney at Law
    • Career
       2021
      Gowling WLG (UK), Associate
  • 2020

    • Education
       2020
      The George Washington University Law School, Masters in Antitrust and Business Law
  • 2018

    • Education
       2018
      The George Washington University Law School, Masters in Intellectual Property Law
    • Career
       2018
      DLA Piper LLP US, Law Clerk
  • 2017

    • Education
       2017
      Paris-Sorbonne University, Bachelor in Law

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