The emirates tends to increase the percentage of Emiratizations in some fields
The number of law firms that are now registered with the Ministry of Justice is 982, and the number of practicing lawyers who are currently enrolled in the Practicing Lawyers Roll has reached 1,532 professionals. These numbers were disclosed by the Ministry of Justice.
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At the same time, the Ministry of Justice and the UAE Competitiveness Council organised an introductory workshop on the programmes and initiatives of "Nafes" in the field of law and legal advice. The goal of the workshop was to coordinate joint efforts between the two parties, particularly those related to increasing the rate of Emiratisation in the field of law and legal advice in the private sector. The workshop was held at the Ministry of Justice and the UAE Competitiveness Council.
During the workshop, Minister of Justice Abdullah Sultan bin Awad Al Nuaimi emphasised the eagerness of the Ministry of Justice to coordinate with the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council in a way that contributes to enhancing the benefit of Emirati lawyers and legal advisors from the advantages provided to them, which would develop their skills and enable them to contribute to achieving a sustainable development economy as it is one of the sectors Supportive of the futu. During the workshop, the Minister of Justice
Al-Nuaimi disclosed that the number of law firms that are registered with the Ministry of Justice is 982, and that the number of practising lawyers who are registered in the list of lawyers working with the Ministry of Justice is 1532. There are 990 males and 542 females on the list of practising lawyers registered with the Ministry of Justice, which is an indication of the significance of their role in society as one of the components on which justice is based and the primary partners in the provision of the justice service.
For his part, Ghannam Al Mazrouei, the Secretary General of the UAE Cadres Competitiveness Council, stated that the council is always eager to organise such introductory workshops and specialised technical awareness meetings, in a way that assists the council in achieving its strategic goals aimed at developing the skills and capabilities of Emirati cadres, enhancing their competitiveness, and benefiting from job and employment opportunities. available in the labour market serving the private sector.
Al Mazrouei praised the efforts of the Ministry of Justice to support the organisation of the workshop within the framework of the various government efforts to achieve the strategic vision of the UAE in the Emiratisation programme, and he thanked the participants from law firms, legal advice, and the Lawyers Association for their prompt response and effective participation. Al Mazrouei also praised the various government efforts that are being made to achieve the strategic vision of the UAE in the Emiratisation programme.
He expressed his confidence in the ability of Emirati cadres to assume distinguished job positions in the field of law and legal advice in the private sector. This was proven by the victory of one of the nation's female lawyers with the "Nafes" award in its first session last month, which was lawyer Hawra Musa Abdul Rasul Musa, pointing to the interest of the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council. He also pointed out the importance of the Emirati Cadres Competitiveness Council. By utilising the "Compete" programme, all professional sectors in the private sector, including the legal field, are encouraged to become more innovative.
Demanding an increase in the percentage of Emiratisation in some fields
As the workshop audience talked with one another; Among the participating lawyers and legal advisors, emphasising the need of continuing this cooperation and organising similar workshops to empower young citizens and boost their career chances in this extremely important subject. During the session, law firms also presented their experiences with localising some of the roles and positions within their organisations. They emphasised the uniqueness and success of their experiences, as well as their desire to enhance the rates of localization that are currently seen in the industry. Advocacy, and the attendees posed a number of very significant issues concerning the "Nafes" programme and the working relationship with the Ministry of Justice and the Competitiveness Council.
During the workshop, the initiatives of the "Nafes" programme, which was established by the state in September 2021 and contains ten financial and non-financial initiatives dedicated to supporting and certifying national cadres in the private sector, were presented. The "Nafes" programme was named after the Arabic word for "national cadres," and it was an acronym for "national cadres in the private sector." The workshop also included a number of important themes, the most prominent of which was highlighting the packages of initiatives it included Nafes programme, where the first package includes 4 initiatives: the "Subsidy for Citizens' Salaries" programme, the "Benefits for Children of Private Sector Workers" programme, the "Subscribe" programme, and the "Temporary Support Programme." The workshop also included a number of other important themes, the most prominent of which was highlighting the packages of
While the second package of efforts includes four training and qualification programmes, such as the "Competencies Programme," the "Development of Medical and Health Sector Cadres" programme, the "Experience Programme" programme, and the "Vocational Guidance Programme" programme, respectively.
Supporting the Emiratisation file in the private sector
They include the "Job Opportunities Programme" and "Targets for Emiratis' jobs in the private sector," in addition to two initiatives targeted at easing the employment of citizens in the private sector and supporting the Emiratisation file in this sector. Both of these initiatives aim to promote the Emiratisation file in this sector.