Pearl Petroleum Company Limited & Others v the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq  DIFC ARB 003: Sovereign Immunity Issues From a UAE and English Law PerspectiveFirm Thought Leadership
Natasha Zahid's practice focuses on arbitration and litigation internationally and in the Middle East. Ms. Zahid is a qualified barrister from the Bar of England and Wales and the Sindh Bar (Pakistan). She has previously represented clients in litigation proceedings before the English courts.
Natasha has been involved in both contentious and non-contentious work relating to the construction, banking, financial services, energy, real estate, defense and insurance sectors. She has also advised on internal corporate investigations and compliance with U.S. government regulations on foreign trade and investment.
International Arbitration and Litigation
First Place, Inns of Court School of Law Blackstone Chambers Mooting Competition, 2001
3 Hare Court - Chambers Pupillage Award, 2001
Droop Pupillage Award, Lincoln’s Inn, 2001
Hardwicke Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn, 1999
Sir Thomas More Award, Lincoln’s Inn, 1999
Lecturer, DIFC Courts Academy