The DIFC Courts will continue to refine and develop the DIFC Courts' Pro Bono Pro-gramme, ("Pro Bono Programme") which offers services from basic advice to full case management and representation in proceedings for eligible individuals through the registered volunteer lawyers and law firms.
For more information on the Pro Bono Programme, please call us on 04 427 3390 or e-mail us on email@example.com
To ensure consistency of Pro Bono representation, information and procedures, The DIFC Courts provide the following guidelines and..
The Pro Bono Programme is a scheme set up for those who cannot afford legal representation. The scope of the programme can only extend to..
The DIFC Courts is holding weekly Pro Bono sessions throughout the year, offering free legal advice on matters that lie within the..
Frequently asked questions were compiled for employees that work within the DIFC. It meets the needs of the DIFC employees and attempts to..
If you are seeking free legal advice from our Pro Bono Programme and if the case falls- or may fall- within The DIFC Courts jurisdiction...
The DIFC Courts Pro Bono Programme has been taken to the people, it is there to serve through a Pro Bono Clinic initiative.
The Dubai International Financial Centre Courts and all its affiliates are committed to preserve the confidentiality, integrity and availability of client data and personal information.
Dubai International Financial Centre Courts and all its affiliates employees, vendors, contract workers, shall follow Information Security Management System in all the processes and technology.
The content of the DIFC Courts website is provided for information purposes only and should be disregarded when making decisions on inheritance and any other matters. Whilst every reasonable effort is made to make the information and commentary accurate and up to date, the DIFC Courts makes no warranties or representations to you as to the accuracy, authenticity or completeness of the content on this website, which is subject to change at any time without notice. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice by the DIFC Courts or any person employed or connected with it or formerly so employed or connected, to any person on any matter, be it in relation to inheritance, succession planning or otherwise. You are strongly advised to obtain specific, personal advice from a suitably qualified lawyer in relation to your personal circumstances and your objectives. The DIFC Courts does not assume any liability and shall not be liable to you for any damages, including but not limited to, direct or indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses arising in connection with this website, its administration and any content or lack thereof found on it. The information on this web site is not to be displayed except in full screen format. Although care has been taken to provide links to suitable material from this site, no guarantee can be given about the suitability, completeness or accuracy of any of the material that this site may be linked to or other material on the internet. The DIFC Courts cannot accept any responsibility for the content of material that may be encountered therein.
The DIFC Courts is committed to establishing, implementing, and maintaining a quality management system that is in line with the DIFC Courts’ Vision, Mission and Strategy. The DIFC Courts’ quality management system ensures the implementation of effective policies, procedures and other documented information to achieve efficient work processes and customer centricity.
The senior management of the DIFC Courts are committed to the continual improvement of the quality management system by: