Turkiya is an Associate in SASLO's Dispute Resolution Team.
Turkiya is an Associate Lawyer in the Dispute Resolution team. She has experience in advising in a variety of international commercial arbitrations conducted under the institutional rules of the LCIA, and ICC, with particular experience in international arbitration across a range of sectors including construction.
Turkiya provides legal support throughout the lifecycle of a dispute. She has extensive experience in document production, together with experience in legal research, filing submissions and providing support to senior lawyers in developing legal strategies. She also has experience in assisting with State-owned entities on matters of public international law. Prior to joining SASLO, she trained at international law firms and contributed to volunteering organizations such as LSA and IVHQ, as well as conducted volunteer work and research at the UN.
Turkiya holds double bachelor's degrees in law and business from Griffith University in Australia and is fluent in both Arabic and English.
Bachelor of Law, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, 2020
Bachelor of Business, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, 2020
Qualified Omani Lawyer, Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs, Sultanate of Oman
International Volunteer at HQ (IVHQ)
Online volunteer and researcher at the United Nations
Member of Griffith Law Student Association(LSA)
Vice President of Griffith Arab Student Association (GASA)
Vice President of Omani Society in Queensland (OSQ)