Welcome to Oulamine Law Group, a Casablanca based law firm, one of the leading law firms in Morocco.

Oulamine Law Group has developed a hard-earned reputation for achieving the best results for its domestic and foreign clients in handling a wide range of business transactions, legal reform consulting and business litigation since entering the practice in 2004.

Oulamine Law Group is well-known for its assistance to European and American corporate clients and for its participation in reform and development projects. Our law firm is also recognized by its in-depth knowledge and experience in individual legal issues and corporate law management. 

 
Reda Oulamine studied law in 1996 at Faculty of Law of the University "Aix de Provence" in France, where he obtained his degree in Business Law followed by a DESS degree in International Business Law.  In 1997 he received a Post-Masters Certificate in Corporate Law, Taxation, and Accounting followed by a Master in Comparative Law (LLM) from the University of San Diego, California under the Fulbright program.  
 
After his internship at the United Nations, Secretariat’s Office of Legal Affairs in New York, he joined several firms as a Legal Adviser such as “Masnaoui Mazars & Guerard” in Morocco and “Bryan Cave, LLP and Thomson Coburn, LLP”, “Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison, LLP” in New York. In 2004, he became an associate at “Naciri & Associés/ Gide Loyrette et Nouel”. Therewith, he advised “Financial Markets International (FMI)/USAID” on the reform and modernization of the Moroccan judiciary project. During the same year, he founded his law firm “Oulamine Law Group” in Morocco specializing in business, corporate law, and legal reform consulting.  
 
Reda Oulamine had accumulated a rich experience advising for instance the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCA) for the US-Morocco Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) project; the United States Department of Commerce on compliance-related legal aspects of US-Morocco F.T.A project or the World Bank/ I.F.C. assisting Moroccan government in improving its Doing Business rating. 

Reda Oulamine also founded in 2008 Droit et Justice, an NGO aimed at establishing the rule of law and human rights in Morocco by advocating on behalf of vulnerable social groups and working pro bono for impoverished citizens with limited access to justice. 

in 2011, he was part of a mission of 50 international observers sent to Tunisia by The Carter Center for Democracy to observe the presidential elections of Tunisia.

In May 2012, Reda Oulamine was named 2012 Yale World Fellows. He was among 16 World Fellows selected this year, from a pool of about 2,500 applicants. 

 
"The world of business has become increasingly complex and challenging. Operating a business in Morocco can be frustrating for both domestic business owners and foreign investors. We are here everystep of the way with our clients garanteeing the best professional service that they deserve."
 
Reda Oulamine