Fahad Al Malki, LL.M. '06
Fahad Al Malki chose GW Law due to its rich history, location in the heart of the nation's capital, and proximity to the financial policy makers of the world—the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. He also appreciated the Law School’s prominent faculty who are well-known and respected globally, some of who have helped shape nations by co-drafting laws and regulations in the Middle East. He found the LL.M. curriculum to be one of the best and most diverse that he had come across, and valued the experience of sharing classes with LL.M. and J.D. students.
Since graduating, Fahad has been in private practice for five years and will soon be a senior associate with one of the top global law firms working on international transactions in Saudi Arabia. Prior to attending GW Law, Fahad Al Malki worked at the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency—Saudi Arabia’s central bank.