Nausheen Rahman | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
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Nausheen Rahman

Associate, London

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Nausheen is an associate in the Dispute Resolution group of the firm's London office. Her experience covers both litigation and international arbitration across a range of sectors.

Nausheen's experience prior to joining White & Case includes, among other things, internships  in international arbitration departments of both boutique and major law firms, collaborative projects with intergovernmental and non-profit organisations, and volunteer case work in asylum and refugee law.

Nausheen has provided legal advice at the Citizens Advice Bureau and has participated in enhancing child and women's rights know-how in collaboration with the Child Rights International Network and the Avon Global Centre for Women and Justice.

Bars and Courts

  • England & Wales (Solicitor)


  • LPC (Dist.), BPP Law School
  • LLM (Dist.), London School of Economics and Political Science
  • LLB (Hons), London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Diploma in French Legal Studies, Université Robert Schuman III


  • English
  • French


Representing Brazilian contractors and the project developer in multiple arbitrations against insurers, in a dispute concerning one of the largest hydroelectric power projects in the world.

Representing a Pakistani drinks manufacturers, Gul Bottlers, in a multi-million pound dispute concerning its licensing arrangement with Nichols plc, the owner of the Vimto brand.

Representing a large telecommunications company, which resulted in a LCIA arbitration in London and related court proceedings in London, the BVI and the Isle of Man.

Representing a large mining company in an LCIA arbitration and related High Court proceedings concerning multiple issues arising from his client's purchase of another mining company.

Bank Finance: liaising with clients, opposing counsel, and counsel in other jurisdictions to assure smooth transaction management, drafting and negotiation of legal opinions and other minor transaction documents, ensuring pre- and post-closing requirements were met, and organising all administrative aspects of transactions.


  • Can pay, won't pay' – conditions are imposed on permission to appeal a Worldwide Disclosure Order following adverse arbitral awards, White & Case LLP Client Alert, November 2013, Co-author