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Hill Dickinson LLP

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Hong Kong, Leeds, Liverpool, London EC2A, London SW1Y, Manchester and 3 more
Hill Dickinson LLP, Saleema Brohi, London EC2A, ENGLAND

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Saleema Brohi

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Hill Dickinson LLP

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Marine, trade and energy.


Co-head of aviation (contentious). Representing airlines, product providers, business jet owners in litigation and arbitration in the UK and overseas. Coverage advice, including to Hull war market. Advisors on sections and impact of EU regulation to aviation and insurance industry. Key matters include Egyptair 990, Foster v Action Aviation.


Started at bar; admitted as a solicitor 1996 (Cameron McKenna) 1996-98; Berwin Leighton: 1998-2000; In-house Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers Ltd: 2000-06; Hong Kong: 2006-09; partner Gates and Partners 2009 – 14; partner Hill Dickinson 2014.


French, Spanish (fluent).


International Aviation Women’s Association.


Forest School; University College London (1993, LLB Law with French Law); University of Aix-Marseille III (Diploma in French Law).

London: Transport


Within: Aviation

Hill Dickinson LLP’s aviation and aerospace department is active across commercial, competition, insurance and risk management matters, and also handles complex disputes. Thomas Cook Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, European Regions Airline Association and Eurojet are clients. Consultant Saleema Brohi handles aviation insurance and disputes and associate Lucy Schofield handles regulatory matters. Consultant Neil McGilchrist, who is experienced in aviation insurance, is also a key figure. Alastair Long has joined HFW and Joanna Kolatsis left to establish her own legal consultancy business.

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