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Afridi & Angell

Nazim Hashim

Nazim Hashim

Senior Associate


  • Dispute Resolution

WSG Practice Industries


Afridi & Angell
United Arab Emirates

Mr Hashim has substantial experience in all aspects of civil and criminal litigation from case intake through to final disposition at trial. He handles a heavy caseload at a busy litigation practice, which includes conducting research and drafting memoranda used to support court pleadings.

Prior to joining Afridi & Angell in 2011, Mr Hashim was an associate at a law firm in Khartoum. He had rights of audience before all Sudanese courts. Mr Hashim was also a teaching assistant in the faculty of law, University of Khartoum.

Bar Admissions

Sudanese Bar Association


LL.B., University of Khartoum, Sudan, 2005
Areas of Practice

Dispute Resolution

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Prior to joining Afridi & Angell, Mr Hashim was an associate at Ali Yassin Law Firm. He had rights of audience before all Sudanese courts. Mr. Hashim was also a teaching assistant in the faculty of law, University of Khartoum.


The Separability of an Arbitration Clause - The Sharjah Court of Appeal Sets Liimits
Afridi & Angell, November 2020

The Sharjah Court of Appeal recently declined to apply the principle of separability of an arbitration clause, on the basis that the underlying agreement (i.e. in which the arbitration clause was contained) was not defective or argued to be invalid by the appellant. This judgment has potentially significant implications for parties who intend to rely on an agreement which contains an arbitration clause to assert claims in court...

COVID-19 and Commercial Leases in the UAE
Afridi & Angell, September 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has swept the globe like a tsunami and it continues to impact countries and their economies worldwide. The UAE is no exception. Businesses have come under increased cost pressure as revenues decline. Such cost pressure primarily involves real estate leasing costs. In this inBrief, we look at the impact Covid-19 has had on commercial leases...

Further Changes to Civil Litigation in the UAE
Afridi & Angell, May 2020

In the latest in a series of amendments to Federal Law No. 11 of 1992 (the UAE Civil Procedure Law) the recently issued Cabinet Resolution No. 33 of 2020 (the Resolution) brings about some important changes to how matters will be litigated in the UAE courts. The Resolution amends certain provisions of the regulations to the UAE Civil Procedure Code introduced by Cabinet Resolution No...

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