Aïcha BRAHMA was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2010 and worked for almost four years in a French boutique firm located in Paris specializing in the enforcement of international arbitral awards and foreign judgments on French territory against sovereign states.
She has worked for almost two years in a Moroccan firm where she advised foreign companies mainly in the fields of commercial litigation and international arbitration.
Since 2016, Aïcha BRAHMA has joined BRAHMA AVOCATS, a Moroccan independent firm which practice dates back to the early 70’s. Aïcha BRAHMA advices Moroccan and international companies in their business law needs relating to the company life: incorporation, international contracts, business litigation (including emergency procedures, interim measures, dispute between partners, business criminal law). She also practices international assets recovery and both domestic and international arbitration.
She was recently asked to represent Morocco within the ICC institutions and has been recently appointed as sole arbitrator in an arbitration before the Moroccan Court of arbitration where she is an approved arbitrator.
Aïcha Brahma is a former lecturer in private international law, as she was Professor Marie-Laure Niboyet’s teaching assistant at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense in 2012 and was invited by Professor Khaled Abou El Fadl to attend his classes in Islamic and Refugees law at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) during 2014. Her working languages are French, English, Arabic and Spanish.