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Since its creation in 2002, “Chemloul & Associés” Law Firm experienced a steady development through the mobilization of all its partners and associates, their availability and responsiveness to serve their clients, bringing new skills and by the interactivity of all specialties, which now places the firm among the renowned law firms in Algeria. Closely with its expansion, the firm has consolidated and expanded its field of competence, especially by developing new sectors of practice.
Main Areas of Practice:
Hydrocarbons Exploration & Production Contracts
Oil & Gas Engineering Contracts
Hydrocarbons Piping Contracts
Public Works Contracts
Negotiations & Contracts:
Public procurement contracts of high importance, including the following achievements of projects.
Energy - Oil & Gas, & Power:
C&A Handles a panoply of energy-related M&A, private equity, capital markets, project finance, regulatory, tax, environmental and litigation matters in the oil and gas, power and renewable energy sectors.
Commercial litigation; civil litigation; social litigation.
C&A Law firm has the knowledge and experience to advise on structuring, documenting and negotiating a vast array of development and financing agreements, as well as the related issues – from commercial, energy and environmental issues to tax, banking and real estate law.
C&A handles a variety of matters, including real estate finance, development, land use and environmental.
Maître Fella Abadou
Lawyer registered with the Barristers Practising in Alger since 2007.
■ Bachelor’s Degree in law, Faculty of Law and political sciences, Tunis II
■ Postgraduate legal qualification to practise as a barrister from the faculty of law of Ben Aknoun, Algiers
■ Master’s degree in Information and Communication New Technologies, thesis’s subject: Intranet in companies in Tunisia: case of General Leasing (2003); Master’s degree in Corporate law, Faculty of Law and political sciences, Tunis II (2002)
13 years experience as a lawyer and legal counsel.
Ms. Amel Chemloul
Registered lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2011.
■ Master in International Business Law in 2006
■ Master 2 International Business Litigation and Arbitration in 2008
■ Lawyer admitted to the Paris Bar since 2011
10 years experience as a lawyer and legal counsel.
■ Legal Counsel at Cabinet Chemloul and Associates law firm since 2011
Maître Djamal Dekkar
Lawyer registered with the Barristers Practising in Tizi Ouzou since 2012. Lawyer registered with the Barristers Practising in Alger since 2012.
■ Bachelor’s Degree in law, Faculty of Law, Tizi Ouzou
■ Postgraduate legal qualification to practise as a barrister
10 years experience as a lawyer.
Maitre Louafi Mehdia
■ Law degree, Faculty of Law of Ben Aknoun, Algiers
■ Certificate of aptitude for the profession of lawyer, Faculty of Law of Ben Aknoun, Algiers Professional Activity:
■ 8 years of experience as an executive sales representative (2009-2017)
■ Business canvassing and product presentation; Respond to calls for tenders
■ Customer and commercial follow-up; Administrative management
■ 2 years of experience as a Legal Counsel (2018-2021)
Articles by C&A:
■ ‘Liber Amicorum en l’honneur de Serge Lazareff’ Contrats Internationaux/ Approche Culturelle ■ ‘ENERGY’ Algeria chapter, edited by GLOBAL LEGAL INSIGHT, JULY 2012
■ ‘ENERGY’ Algeria chapter, edited by GLOBAL LEGAL INSIGHT, JULY 2013
■ ‘ENERGY’ Algeria chapter, edited by GLOBAL LEGAL INSIGHT, JULY 2014
■ ‘ENERGY’ Algeria chapter, edited by GLOBAL LEGAL INSIGHT, JULY 2016
■ ‘ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF HYDROCARBONS’, edited by ENI, 2007
Article on C&A:
■ Jeune Afrique n°2065 December 2015, Mohammed Chemloul, militant de l’arbitrage
■ Institut du droit des affaires internationales ICC, Président de la Formation niveau 1 Contrats Internationaux négociation, rédaction, résolution des litiges, approches culturelles et juridiques 20-23 April 2015 Paris
■ Marseille, November 12th, 13th, 2015 ‘Journées méditerranéennes de l’arbitrage et de la médiation’
■ Algiers, March 14th, 2016 ‘Journée d’Etude sur les Difficultés de l’Arbitrage International, état des lieux’