Aimy Roshan

Partner, Dubai



Aimy is a partner in the Firm's Dubai office. Her practice focuses on international arbitration and construction disputes.

She represents clients in all areas of dispute resolution and has particular expertise advising clients on contentious issues arising from a wide variety of commercial and construction contracts.

She joined the International Arbitration and Construction group of the Firm in 2018. Prior to joining the Firm, Aimy trained as a solicitor in Sydney, Australia and practiced in the Dispute Resolution Group of a top-tier firm in Dubai.

Bars and Courts
New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce
University of New South Wales


Representing an Employer in ICC arbitration proceedings related to a Build Own Operate Transfer (BOOT) contract for the development of gas-fired cogeneration plants in the Middle East (Paris seat, KSA law).

Representing an Employer in ad hoc arbitration proceedings related to the construction of water distribution complexes in the Middle East (Muscat seat, Oman law).

Representing a multinational supply chain provider in consolidated UNCITRAL arbitration proceedings arising under four separate food and fuel supply agreements (New York seat, International law).*

Representing a UAE‐based global retail and distribution company in LCIA arbitration proceedings in respect of a shareholder dispute (London seat, English law).*

Representing a multinational supply chain provider in two parallel DIAC arbitration proceedings arising under a contract for security services in a hostile environment (Dubai seat, UAE law).*

Representing a sole shareholder of a DIFC incorporated entity in the in relation to claims arising out of a share purchase agreement (DIFC Courts, DIFC law).*

Representing a communications and media company in DIFC Court proceedings relating to the recognition and enforcement of an arbitration award (DIFC Courts, DIFC law).*

Representing a property investment company in relation to a property dispute valued at USD 23 million arising under a sale and purchase agreement (DIFC Courts, DIFC law).*

*Matters prior to joining White & Case LLP