Legal studies & Legal Training

At Al Farhan Attorneys you can get a practical education to become a legal assistant or legal administrative assistant, which will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills you’ll need to succeed. Al Farhan partnership with a consortium of prominent regional law firms will reinforce program concepts and add real-world depth to your legal studies through paid work placement opportunities, guest speakers, panel discussions and field trips.
A relevant selection of legal courses will help you develop a solid understanding of the theories and procedures pertinent to your role.


    • How to draft legal documents,
    • How to perform legal research,
    • How to prepare clients’ accounts,
    • How to liaise with clients, lawyers and government and court officials in the execution of legal matters

Our advisory committee regularly reviews our curriculum, ensuring our program is always on the cutting edge of developments in the legal profession.
You will acquire the theoretical knowledge of legal practice and procedures in different areas of law along with practical, hands-on applications.

Career Opportunity

Are you interested in gaining challenging employment in which you can play an integral role in supporting a lawyer’s practice? If you’re exploring a career as a legal assistant or legal administrative assistant, Al Farhan Attorneys will be your right choice.
Preparing legal documents, managing clients’ records and conducting research to assist lawyers or other legal professionals are among your primary responsibilities.

Legal Translation

Al Farhan Attorneys is a leading provider of legal translation services with legal translations that are regularly submitted to courtrooms and government agencies in the Kingdom
We are able to respond to urgent and sensitive requests and can provide an express service at competitive rates for legal documents that need to be translated on short notice.

Future Study Options

Qualified graduates may be eligible to apply their academic credits toward further study at many postsecondary institutions.