Ms Sharaf has LPC qualifications from the UK, a master’s degree in Business Law administration from the University of Law in the United Kingdom and a bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) from the University of Leeds. She advises clients on international and regional disputes related to international investment, commercial and corporate laws and regulations, finance and banking laws as well as international arbitration disputes.
Prior to joining Mena Chambers, she trained in various leading international and local law firms including Baker McKenzie, Charles Russell Speechyls LLP, Trowers & Hamlins LLP, Zu’bi & Partners and Al-Oraibi & Al-Mulla Advocates & Legal Consultants. Besides her various training experience, she also contributed to several legal volunteer projects and campaigns such as Chapel Town Citizens Advice, Young Legal Aid Lawyers, Welfare Rights Projects and Cerebra DFG research project.
Arabic and English.