Sabra Farmand

Trainee Solicitor



Arbitration, Construction Litigation, Contract Formation, Energy & Renewables

Sabra has several years of experience in complex litigation and international arbitration matters.

She has extensive knowledge of English procedural rules (CPR) and has dealt with clients from South America, Middle East and Europe.

Education: LLB Honours, LLM in international commercial law, LPC

Languages: Farsi (native), English (professional and legal level), Arabic, Chinese (elementary level)



CCP Networking: Sabra is in charge of organising CCP (Challenges in Construction & Property) events which focus on young professionals in the construction & property industries

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