Join date: Sep 16, 2021
Khadija has a broad practice in all areas of Chambers’ work. Khadija spent her early career at the selfemployed Bar before taking up the position of Counsel at Afridi & Angell in Dubai where her practice focused on international commercial litigation and arbitration, and all dispute-related work before the DIFC Courts. Prior to joining 36 Stone, Khadija was a Senior Legal Counsel at Credit Suisse AG in Zurich specialising in cross-border matters, with a particular focus on the UK and Middle Eastern markets. Khadija has worked on numerous high-value commercial disputes across various sectors and industries including international trade, commodities, banking and finance, construction and infrastructure and manufacturing. She has experience advising on corporate governance and regulatory matters and undertaking investigations work. Khadija has extensive international experience working with lawyers in private practice, in-house counsels, experts and other professionals from wide-ranging backgrounds and jurisdictions, in all aspects of dispute resolution. Khadija also has a background in international human rights law and is able to advise and provide representation in matters of business and human rights. Khadija is recognised as a future leader at the Bar through her selection by the Bar Council for its inaugural Leadership Programme. She is involved in a number of initiatives seeking to advance equality, diversity and inclusion at the Bar. Khadija has full rights of audience before the DIFC Courts.