Salma Kebeich is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution practice in Cairo office.
Ms. Kebeich specializes in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and litigation. Between Egypt, France and Canada Ms. Kebeich has diversified her experience in international commercial arbitration and Investor-State cases. She worked in arbitration cases under various arbitration rules and institutions including CRCICA, ICC and UNCITRAL in different practice areas. She advises clients on commercial, criminal and administrative disputes.
In addition to her selection as the first Egyptian to participate in the International Internship “Stage International du Barreau de Paris” conducted by Paris Bar Association she holds a certificate entitling her to enroll at the Canadian Bar Association.
Ms. Kebeich is also a visiting lecturer at L’université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne located in Cairo university.
- Acting for an Egyptian construction company in an € 33.643.060 arbitration involving a breach of two construction subcontracts against a German producer of agricultural machinery under CRCICA Rules.
- Acting for an Egyptian major marine services provider in arbitration involving a charter party for a vessel against an American company for saltwater disposal services under CRCICA Rules.
- Acting for a European Group for manufacturing of infrastructure products in an investment dispute concerning a breach of a supply contract before the Ministerial Committee for the Settlement of Investment Disputes.
- Acting for a French Company for manufacturing of oil and gas drilling machinery in an USD $5,000,000 arbitration concerning a breach of a commercial agency agreement before the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris.
- Acted for a European mining corporation in a USD $700,000,000 investment dispute with relation to a breach of a production sharing agreement before the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris.
2015 – LLM, York University
2010 – LLB, Cairo University
2013 – Egyptian Bar Association