Norah Alsemari


Commercial Arbitration

Norah is a paralegal working in the Commercial Litigation and Arbitration department.  She has experience working as a legal assistant in the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia where she assisted in matters relating to diplomatic immunity and has worked as a paralegal with Michel Massih KC of Drystone Chambers during which she assisted in drafting skeleton arguments and preliminary grounds of appeal.  Norah has also assisted in IP matters and fintech regulation as a part of her experience working on a blockchain powered lending platform.

At University, Norah received the Dickson Poon Scholarship Award in recognition of her achieving one of the top 5 best results in her year.  She completed the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) and is hoping to qualify as a practising barrister in the future.

Norah has undertaken pro bono work as a litigation friend to litigants in person appearing before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.

English, Arabic
  • King's College London, Politics, Philosophy and Law (LLB) - First Class Honours
  • BPP University, BPTC - Very Competent
  • SOAS University, LLM - Distinction