Nadir Hasan


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Nadir Hasan

London School of Economics, BSc Economics
College of Law, Graduate Diploma in Law
College of Law, Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice
College of Law, LLB Bachelor of Laws

England and Wales 2015


Nadir trained with Beale & Co, qualifying in 2015. He maintains a broad practice encompassing a range of contentious, non-contentious and corporate services work.

Nadir’s contentious work comprises primarily defending professional negligence claims against insureds across a range of industries, with a focus on construction and engineering disputes, and under a range of dispute resolution mechanisms, primarily courts and arbitration in the UK and the Middle East.

In addition, Nadir advises on and acts in fee claims in a wide range of jurisdictions (including the UK, the Middle East, East Asia and Africa; and in both national courts, through local agents where necessary, and arbitration).

Nadir’s non-contentious work comprises primarily drafting, negotiating and providing ongoing project support and advice in respect of contracts across a range of industries and with a variety of governing laws, with a focus on construction and engineering matters in the UK, the Middle East and Europe.

During his time at Beale & Co, Nadir has undertaken multiple secondments to major engineering consultancies carrying out primarily non-contentious work (contract drafting, negotiation and project support, as above) and advising on, implementing and policing risk management policies and procedures, including in relation to compliance issues (e.g. sanctions, export controls and money laundering/terrorism financing).

Nadir’s corporate services experience includes share purchase and commercial conveyancing transactions and general corporate and commercial work.

Prior to joining Beale & Co, Nadir worked at a firm of legal consultants in Dubai, carrying out primarily corporate transactional, regulatory and advisory work for a range of clients, principally banks, funds and other financial institutions, on transactions within the UAE and the wider GCC region.