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Soraya Kimber

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The Law Society

Soraya Kimber

Senior Associate, Dispute Resolution

Soraya is a senior associate in the Dispute Resolution team.

She advises on a variety of contentious matters for both corporate and private clients.

Soraya has experience of dispute resolution in a number of areas, including wills and trusts disputes, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, professional negligence claims, regulatory enforcement and investigations, and general banking and commercial disputes for SMEs and multinational corporations.

She has represented clients involved in litigation in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as before the LCIA and international courts of arbitration. She has also advised on contentious Court of Protection matters including lifetime gift applications. Soraya has extensive experience of negotiating settlements and alternative forms of dispute resolution, including mediation.

Soraya began her career at Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton LLP in London where she qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and obtained Higher Rights of Audience in 2013. She completed her undergraduate degree at Oxford University, before obtaining distinctions in the GDL and LPC at the College of Law in London.

She has been named as one of the 'Ones to Watch' in Legal Week’s 2018 and 2019 Private Client Global Elite guides to the top trusted advisors for high net worth individuals. Soraya joined Forsters in 2016.

Awards and recognitions

  • Private Client Ones to Watch 2019

Contact

T: +44 207 863 8379
M: +44 780 5620 251

'Impressively thorough and completely on top of the details of her cases." The Legal 500, 2020
"Fantastic” Legal 500 UK, 2019
"Clients get a bespoke service that is all-encompassing. They can deal with the children matters as well as the finances. They don't seem to get flustered by things. They're a good team and clients are going to feel assured straight away that they're a team of professionals who know their stuff."
Chambers UK 2018
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