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  1. skornas

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    Legal Advisor
    USA
    محامي من الولايات المتحده وخبره اكثر من 14 عام وحاصل على شهادة دكتور في القانون
    وليسانس في الادب المقارن

    يعمل حاليا كمستشار قانوني بالمجلس الاعلى للصحة بدولة قطر
    يرغب في العمل مع احدي شركات النفط
    يجيد العربيه والانجليزيه

    Salah A. Kornas, Attorney At Law
    Ministry of Health
    P.O. Box 42, Doha, Qatar
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    600 First Avenue, Suite 514
    Seattle, WA 98104 USA
    +974-450-7461 Home & +1-425-614-1995
    +974-658-4930 Mobile & +1-206-356-4560
    +974-432-1643 Work
    +1-425-742-2554 Fax
    skornas@hotmail.com or http://www.kornaslaw.com


    Education

    1994 Juris Doctorate (J.D.) University of Washington, School of Law

    Significant Achievement & Accomplishment Award, UW School of Law

    1991 Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature
    Honors Program University of Washington

    Honors thesis: “The Shield and the Sword. A New Literary Theory.” In addition, I worked on literary translations Arabic – English with Dr. Flanagan.

    1983-1985 Seattle Central Community College

    1973-1975 School of Law, U. of Alexandria, Egypt


    Experience

    October 2008- Present: Ministry of Health, Doha, Qatar. Legal Affairs.
    • Review Contracts and prepare analysis with recommended changes;
    • Negotiate on behalf of the Ministry with other business entities in Qatar;
    • Draft Legislation for presentation to H.E. Dr. Ghalia Al-Thani, the Minister of Health;
    • Evaluate and resolving disputes between employees and the Ministry.

    September 2000 – September 2008: Law Office of Salah A. Kornas, 600 First Avenue Suite 514, Seattle, WA 98104 http://www.kornaslaw.com/

    Specializing in Business Law, Contracts Management, International Law (including international family law and criminal law), Immigration, multi-party Negotiations.

    Business and Contracts
    • Negotiate contracts on behalf of clients and handle all necessary administrative processes;
    • Represent clients in modifying the terms of contracts;
    • Draft, edit, and review new and existing contracts;
    • Keep records on behalf of clients regarding activities of contracts;
    • Negotiate settlements on behalf of clients regarding business or contractual disputes;
    • Litigate to enforce terms of contracts.


    April 1995 - September 2000: Associated Counsel for the Accused (ACA), 110 Prefontaine Place South, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104. David Chapman, Director (206) 624-8105

    ACA has more than thirty attorneys in addition to support staff. During my tenure with the Associated Counsel for the Accused, I worked in the following units:

    • Drug Diversion Court: Handled clients’ cases throughout the process. Worked with Judge Ricardo Martinez, currently a Judge on the Federal Bench, having been nominated by President Bush.
    • Municipal Court Unit: Worked with a highly diverse population, including those arrested by mistake or for the first time, in addition to habitual offenders.
    • Felony Arraignment: While assigned to the Felony Unit, I represented the accused in their initial appearance in front of the court. I had to represent them diligently and advocate for their release or at least obtain a reasonable bail for their release.
    • Domestic Violence Court: Nominated by the Public Defenders Office to represent the defense in a newly established court led by the Honorable Judge Darrell E. Phillipson, I represented defendants in front of the Chief Judge in Auburn District Court dealing with crimes of Domestic Violence (DV).

    Honors

    1988: First Place Award Winner in essay contest for Black History Month, University of Washington.
    1989: Safe Drivers’ Award by the National Safety Council (while working part-time as a city bus driver.)
    1993: Director of the Arab Center in Washington State.
    1994: Nominated for scholarship by the Fulbright Screening Committee.



    Publications and Lectures

    • Published poetry in the Seattle Central Community College’s Writing Lab Anthology, 1983.
    • On A Sunday Afternoon in Sedro-Woolley, a two-act play, New City Theater, 1991.
    • Livin’ in America, a three-act play, Bloedel Hall, St. Mark’s Cathedral, 1994.
    • Guest Lecturer - University of Washington: For more than four years, the University of Washington has hosted the Foreign Fulbright Students who were successfully chosen to come to the United States. The University of Washington hosted them for orientation before being dispersed to their prospective Universities and Institutions. I lectured annually to these new Fulbright arrivals, teaching An Introduction to American Law and also Rights and Obligations under American Law. I designed materials, handouts and outlines.

    Strengths

    • Extensive experience in both PC and Macintosh platforms.
    • Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access. Strong skills in internet interactive software and search engines.
    • Very strong mediation and negotiation skills.
    • Excellent writing and communication skills.
    • Fluent in Arabic and English.

    References provided upon request
     
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