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White & Case LLP

 

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Organisation
White & Case LLP
I practise/work in
  • International Arbitration
  • International Alternative Dispute Resolution
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Title (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Dr)
Mr
How you'd like your name to appear in the directory
Karim Mariey
Gender
Male
Country
Non-African Country
Non-African Country (Please Specify)
United Kingdom
Country of Birth
Egypt
Nationalities
Egyptian
Bahraini
Languages
English and Arabic
Individual Member Profession (see note below)
  • Counsel
Number of Cases as Counsel in international arbitration/ADR
6-20
Areas of Speciality
  • Construction & Infrastructure
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Engineering
  • Hospitality & Leisure
  • International Commercial Disputes
  • Real Estate
Degrees/Qualifications, Institutions and Dates Obtained
First Class LLB (Hons) from Durham University in 2012. Legal Practice Course (LPC) - Distinction from BPP Law School in 2013.
Professional Experience (Job Title, Organisation and Dates)
Freshfields, London and Paris, Trainee Solicitor, 2013 - 2015
Freshfields, London, Associate, 2015 - 2016
White & Case LLP, London, Associate, 2015 - present
Biography
Karim Mariey is a senior Associate in the London Construction and Engineering group of White & Case LLP. He advises owners and contractors on the resolution of disputes arising out of international construction and engineering projects, with a particular focus on projects in the Middle East and North Africa, and has experience in litigation, arbitration and mediation. Karim is a native Arabic speaker and is qualified to practise in England & Wales. Karim sits on the Society of Construction Law Astra Committee and is regularly invited to speak on issues relating to construction law and arbitration. Karim is also a contributing author of “Commentary on the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration” (ed. Ilias Bantekas), Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Legal Background
  • Common Law
Qualified in (specify jurisdiction(s))
England & Wales
Types of agreements from which disputes in your practice most frequently arise
  • Engineering
List arbitration/ADR articles, book chapters, books and where published



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