Chaima is a first-year trainee solicitor assisting Henry Dyson and his team in the clinical negligence department.
She works on a wide variety of cases of serious injury, including birth injury, brain injury and psychiatric injuries. She also works on cases representing families at inquests where close relatives have died because of negligent medical care.
Chaima first started working at Leigh Day in 2015, when she joined as a paralegal in the international department. She worked on a number of cases, including the Iraqi Civil Litigation and the Vedanta Case.
Chaima holds a Master’s degree in European and International Law, and an undergraduate degree in French Law. She speaks French and Arabic.