Ziyad Barghouthy is an associate in the Houston office of Latham & Watkins. Prior to joining Latham full-time, Mr. Barghouthy was a summer associate in the Houston office of Latham and a recipient of Latham’s 2L Diversity Scholarship.
While attending law school at the University of Florida, Mr. Barghouthy served as an articles editor of the Florida Law Review. In the spring of 2019, Mr. Barghouthy was awarded The Florida Law Review’s Frank E. Malony Outstanding Candidate award for his dedication and contributions to the publication.
Mr. Barghouthy represents clients on strategic transactions in the energy industry, including public and private merger and acquisition matters, as well as equity and debt capital markets offerings. He also counsels publicly listed companies in matters regarding SEC reporting obligations, corporate governance matters, and other issues related to public company status.
Mr. Barghouthy maintains an active pro bono practice, representing individuals seeking asylum, individuals seeking to seal their juvenile criminal records and research-related matters pertaining to the work of Texas Appleseed.