18,000 e-services provided to lawyers through Najiz portal: Saudi MoJ

Through its Najiz.sa portal, the MoJ provides several e-services to legal professionals, saving them time and effort and sparing them visits to the ministry’s premises

  
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RIYADH The Najiz.sa portal of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has extended nearly 18,000 e-services to lawyers remotely since the launch of lawyers e-services, revealed the MoJ.

“The portal received 4,500 applications related to law practice licenses, over 12,000 applications from trainee lawyers, and over 1000 applications from corporate legal representatives,” the ministry said.

Through its Najiz.sa portal, the MoJ provides several e-services to legal professionals, saving them time and effort and sparing them visits to the ministry’s premises.

The e-services include applying for and renewing law practice licenses, registering and transferring trainee lawyers, inquiring about licensed lawyers by name and city, inquiring about application status, and updating lawyer’s information.

 

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