Suzanne has 15 years’ experience working in the Middle East. She acts as counsel in a broad range of complex and international disputes in various sectors including real estate, construction, oil and gas, IP & IT, Civil, Commercial, Banking, Arbitration and Maritime Law. And recently Suzanne has been appointed as a co-arbitrator with IICRA in a dispute related to real estate.
Suzanne also advises clients in court litigation in the UAE and Lebanon and has attended before more than 300 court appointed expert panels.
Previously, Suzanne worked at Al Tamimi & Co and Cedar White Bradly. Suzanne has worked in several law firms in Lebanon, acted as a Project manager in UNESCWA (WTO & Trade facilitation) and was appointed at the Ministry of Economy and Trade (MOET) as a Legal Consultant to advise on all matters related to Consumer Protection and Intellectual Property.
Suzanne is a part time Lecturer at Saint Joseph University and teaches Civil Law, E-Commerce law, Labor law, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (course given in co-operation with Stanford University – School of Law) and Intellectual Property Law.