Abdulla Al Roken
Abdulla Al Roken is an Advocate in ADG Legal’s Dubai office Litigation Department. As an Emirati Lawyer, Abdulla is qualified to appear and advocate before Courts
of First Instance and Court of Appeal.
Abdulla earned his Master’s in Public Law from the University of Sharjah and a Bachelor’s of Laws with honors from United Arab Emirates University.
Prior to joining ADG, Abdulla serves as a Legal Officer for 4 years at the Dubai Municipality, and 2 years Advocate for a well-known local law firm.
President and Founding Member of United Arab Emirates University Legal Clinic, and in 2016, Abdulla participated as a Delegate in the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR)-Harvard Conference, Cambridge, MA, USA. In 2021, Abdulla co-author an article that’s been published in LexisNexis Middle East: UAE Laws in Relation to Cheque Crime. Shares his knowledge through writing and publishing articles about the UAE legal system to inform clients and the local community of the key changes in a way that is accessible to those not engaged in legal work.
A native Arabic speaker, Abdulla is also highly proficient in both speaking and writing in English.