Through its advisory and legal practice activities before national and international jurisdictions, the firm benefits from a real lever for competitiveness thanks to an increased knowledge of the Moroccan context and law. The firm combines rigour, creativity and pragmatism and has a proven expertise to support foreign companies in their establishment and development in Morocco, as well as Moroccan companies in their international ambitions. The firm also maintains a strong and professional relationship with international firms, leaders in their fields.
Founded by Amin Hajji in 1996, Hajji & Associés is a forward-looking law firm specializing in international business law with a modern and effective approach to its client relationship. Its clients include many economic and international players in the fields of project financing, energy, telecommunications, financial markets and distribution, among others. In particular, the firm collaborates with
major international law firms on five continents as a local adviser for major investment projects in Morocco. In addition, Hajji & Associés offers its clients representation services before national or international, judicial or arbitral tribunals. Its commitments are based on impeccable ethics, the transparency of its services, and its proven quality allowed it to obtain, twice in a row, the prestigious Gold Award of the best law firm in North Africa, for the years 2015 and 2016.
The legal and contractual construction of an infrastructure project in Morocco requires a
high level of availability when negotiating the terms of several contracts with international
lawyers, sometimes from legal cultures very far from Moroccan law. Similarly, the development of a commercial network, a joint venture, a representative agency, or even the acquisition of a trademark or patent internationally, must be prepared and monitored by a competent legal professional. The firm can fairly affirm that it has contributed, to the success of many international investment projects carried out in Morocco, in the recent decades.