Jehad is an English-qualified barrister. He has a broad range of experience covering national and cross-border dispute resolution, including investor-State arbitration and enforcement proceedings in national courts, with particular experience in energy and financial services disputes.
He advises and represents States and private entities on a range of national and international matters, including matters in the English Courts as well as investment treaty arbitrations under the ICSID Rules.
Prior to working with Volterra Fietta, Jehad practised as a Barrister in England and Wales with a highly regarded Chambers, appearing across a range of courts and tribunals including the Crown Court, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. His practice involved advising many United Kingdom Government departments including Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and the Crown Prosecution Service. He then joined the dispute resolution department of a major offshore commercial law firm where he advised on high-value commercial litigation as an Attorney-at-law. He has advised global companies on Business and Human rights issues, including in litigation before the English courts.
Bar Vocational Course, the College of Law, London
Graduate Diploma in Law, the College of Law, Guildford
BA (Hons), The University of Nottingham
England and Wales, The Cayman Islands - Attorney-at-law (not practising)