Hassan Elkhalil, born in Beirut, Lebanon, has lived, worked and traveled in many countries. Hassan’s education includes degrees in B .A. in Political Science from the University of Tennessee; Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School, and LL.M. in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the University of Missouri, Columbia school of law.
In the last few years, he negotiated and worked with people from over 100 countries. He speaks fluent Arabic and is studying Spanish. Hassan has coached many individuals on cross cultural business practices. He has provided acclaimed training and consulting to companies in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas.
Hassan has been practicing law for the last ten years with a background in Business Consulting. His practice is focused on small to medium size businesses in Atlanta, Georgia and around the world. He acted as an outside counsel/consultant for many local, national and international companies.
Hassan is a hard working individual, leader, problem solver, positively relate with people from diverse backgrounds. Hassan has sound decision making skills; public relation and interpersonal talent; superior communication; enthusiastic and positive. The highlight of Hassan’s practice has been preventive cross-cultural conflicts.
Hassan Elkhalil is a member of the Georgia Bar and is admitted to practice in the State Courts of Georgia, the U.S. District Court and the Northern District of Georgia. Additionally, Mr. Elkhalil is a member of the American Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Hassan Elkhalil is fluent in Arabic. He is active in the community and participates in a variety of community, cultural, and civil rights organizations.
Languages spoken: Arabic
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Hassan’s comment: “Client and his wife were charged with Identity Fraud. Wife was convicted and husband charges were dismissed. Client claimed that he does not speak English and that he did not understand our written fee agreement.”
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Atlanta's Finest 2014||Proactive Resources||2014|
|The Best of Atlanta 2012||Proactive Resources||2012|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Al Nour Newpaper||2007|
|Award of Excellece||I.M.A.M.||2007|
|Certificate of Commendation||State Bar of Georgia||2006|
|Certificate of Commendation||State Bar of Georgia||2005|
|President||Elkhalil Law, P.C.||2002 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|John Marshall Law School Alumni Board||Member||2014 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|State Bar of Georgia||Member||2002 - Present|
|Sahib v. Chertoff||Successful|
|Alamer v. Chertoff et al||Successful|
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|Web||Overview of the Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement||2015|
|Web||3 Legal Mistakes to Avoid when Starting a Business in the United States||2015|
|Web||A Brief Overview of the Non-Compete Agreement in Georgia||2015|
|Web||3 Smart Ways to Deal with Business Partnership Disputes||2015|
|Book||International Student's Guide||2014|
|The International Lawyer (ABA)||Lebanon, Constitutional Crises||2008|
|The International Lawyer (ABA)||Egypt, Section 76 of Egyptian Constitution||2006|
|aljazeera||Freedom of Expression, Only if we Agree||2006|
|lebanonwire||The Cost of Lebanese Sectarian Democracy||2005|
|IRemp||Restoring Saudi Visitor Flow: The American Stake||2005|
|Web||Know Your Constitutional Rights||2002|
|Missouri Columbia School of Law||Alternative Dispute Resolution||LL.M - Master of Laws||2003|
|John Marshall Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|University of Tennessee, Knoxville (main)||Political Science||B.A.||1994|
|Georgia Public TV||Immigration Law and Religion||2006|