Khaled Abou El Houda > Houda Law Firm > Dakar, Senegal > Lawyer Profile

Houda Law Firm
66 BOULEVARD DE LA REPUBLIQUE
SEYDOU NOUROU TALL BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR
BP 11 417 DAKAR
Senegal

Work Department

Houda Law Firm

Position

Managing Partner

Career

Khaled Abou El Houda is the Managing Partner of the Houda law Firm, formerly called Cabinet Kanjo and Houda, which was founded in February 1977 by Mohamed Salim Kanjo.
Khaled Abou El Houda is an excellent business law practitioner who has developed proven expertise for more than twenty-three years, and this expertise is recognized in all important sectors of the local economy, particularly in Banking and Finance, Oil and gas, Mining, infrastructure and Energy.

Languages

French - English - Arabic - Wolof

Memberships

. Honorary member of the Chamber of Mines of Senegal;
. Secretary General of the American Chamber of Commerce in Senegal (AMCHAM Senegal);
. Member of the association of Business law Firms in Africa ABLFA;

Education

Aix Marseille  France

 

Master’s degree Business Law

 

1997

University UCAD Senegal

 

DESS Business Law Banks and Finance

 

2001

Lawyer Rankings

Senegal > Leading firms

Houda Law Firm is a full service firm with a strong track record in advising on large-scale projects, particularly projects in the infrastructure, energy, and mining sectors. The firm advise on the full range of standard corporate matters, including M&A work, regulatory advice, employment issues, and intellectual property law. Managing partner Khaled Abou El Houda’s expertise lies in banking and finance law and he has extensive experience in assisting with the financing major projects. Daouda Seck handles litigation, while Malick Lo and Elodie Dagneaux provide corporate and commercial advice. Seyni Gueye advises on labour and employment matters, while tax matters are covered by Assane Dieye.

Ivory Coast > Leading firms

Houda Law Firm, the Senegal-based firm, has further cemented its position in Abidjan following the launch of an office there in 2018. The office now houses a sizeable team of professionals and leverages a tight link with its Dakar headquarters. The Abidjan team has achieved considerable recognition in the local economy and works on a steady stream of cross-border transactions involving the West Africa sub-region, including OHADA states. Much of the firm’s transactional activity centres on mining, oil and gas, and tourism (including hotels). It also has a buoyant international arbitration practice, notably in the OHADA Common Court of Justice and Arbitration (CCJA) in Abidjan. Managing partner Khaled Abou El Houda is frequently based in Abidjan, though principally located in Dakar.