Sam B. Ghawi, Lawyer

Practice Areas: Corporate and Commercial / Wills and Estates / Real Estate

"My 18 years’ experience practicing law in three different jurisdictions and legal systems enable me to effectively advise my clients on interrelated corporate law matters ."


(613) 270-8600 ext. 240


Sam B. Ghawi

Sam was awarded a Master’s degree (L.L.M) in the Canadian Common Law from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University in 2017. He established the building blocks for his knowledge starting in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, where he completed his bachelor’s degree in law, 1998, as well as a master’s degree in International Trade, 2002, from the University of Jordan.

Sam practiced as a litigator and a corporate lawyer in the Middle East, mainly in Jordan and Qatar. Sam is now practicing in Ottawa as an associate lawyer with Allan Snelling LLP.

His 18 years’ experience practicing law in three different jurisdictions and legal systems enable Sam to effectively advise his clients on interrelated corporate law matters and in establishing/shifting business from and to Canada.

Sam focuses his practice on corporate law matters including the sale and purchase of the businesses, establishing partnerships and corporations and restructuring businesses in addition to various contractual arrangements. His practice also extends to covering legal matters related to selling and buying properties and to drafting wills.

Sam is be pleased to provide services in English and Arabic.

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