Firms eye Qatar 2022 World Cup roles as delivery committee sounds out potential new advisers

Qatar's Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy approaches firms ahead of 2022 event

The organisation overseeing preparations for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has begun approaching law firms to bolster its stable of legal advisers in the run-up to to the event.

Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy – which was established in 2011 after the country was named as host of the 2022 tournament – is responsible for delivering the new stadiums, non-competition venues and infrastructure for the event.

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