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Hausfeld & Co LLP

Work Department

Antitrust/Competition Disputes, Environmental & Product Liability, Human Rights


Partner, London


Wessen plays a key role in both our competition and human rights & environmental practice areas. Providing access to justice for individuals and businesses – regardless of the practice area – lies at the cornerstone of her practice.

 Throughout her years in practice, she has worked on some of the most well-known competition cases of recent years, including the MasterCard / Visa interchange fee litigation. In addition, she has worked on ground-breaking cases in the human rights sphere. This includes the fight to end #PeriodPoverty, working alongside Free Periods and the Red Box Project, and the ground breaking petition with the UN CRC on behalf of 16 petitioners 

In addition to her competition work, Wessen is also focused on building claims with regards to the global climate crisis and pushing for safer air in London and the UK.  

Because of the nature of her practice, she represents both people and businesses, on an individual or group basis, and has worked pro bono on several matters.

For more info, please visit ‘Who we are’ on www.hausfeld.com.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Public sector > Civil liberties and human rights

Hausfeld & Co LLP has an ‘international reputation for representing claimants in civil liberties and human rights claims across the globe – and in particular in cases which relate to the environment‘. The firm is known for bringing competition damages actions, as well as its flexible approach to engagement structures and litigation funding possibilities. Counsel Ingrid Gubbay and Wessen Jazrawi combine strength in competition, human rights and environmental law with broad litigation experience. They co-lead the team with Sarah Moore, who joined from Leigh Day in 2020 and brings expertise in bringing litigation against UK registered corporate defendants and the UK Government on behalf of groups of claimants in the UK and overseas.

London > Real estate > Environment

The claimant-focused practice at Hausfeld & Co LLP stands out for its involvement in high-profile international matters and its broad approach to environmental issues, ranging from judicial review proceedings and tort-based litigation to international climate treaty body submissions. With a client base of NGOs and activist individuals, the team is particularly active in relation to climate change issues. Of counsel Ingrid Gubbay is an experienced litigator and handles environmental advocacy work while the ‘knowledgeableWessen Jazrawi assists clients in air quality, carbon budget and Airports National Policy Statement cases. Sarah Moore joined the practice from Leigh Day in October 2020, contributing experience in mass tort litigation.