Sabrina has extensive experience acting as counsel for States, state-owned entities and private sector companies in investor-State and commercial arbitration in a variety of fields, including energy, construction, telecommunications, agriculture and general commercial. She has represented clients in ICSID, ICC, SCC and UNCITRAL arbitrations, with disputed amounts ranging from USD 20 million to USD 12 billion, as well as in enforcement proceedings and in proceedings for the annulment of international awards before ICSID and French courts. Sabrina also advises clients in the negotiation of petroleum contracts, the revision of petroleum laws and the restructuring of their assets worldwide.
Prior to joining DWF, Sabrina practiced for over 14 years in a leading international arbitration law firm in Paris. Sabrina holds a Master II degree in International Dispute Resolution (honors), a Master I degree in Business Law (honors) and a Master I degree in Political Science (honors) from Paris X – Nanterre University. She is a member of the Paris Bar and the ICC Algerian National Committee. She is fluent in French and English.