Morgan Lewis & Bockius has announced the arrival of Sara Aranjo, a distinguished legal professional, to lead its international arbitration, dispute resolution, and global investigations practice in the Middle East and Africa. Sara Aranjo brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the firm, having spent seven successful years at UAE-based Al Tamimi & Company, where she achieved partner status in 2021. Aranjo’s practice primarily centers on international arbitration and dispute prevention and resolution, with a focus on cases involving cross-border complexities.
Notably, Sara Aranjo’s legal journey has seen her work at esteemed international law firms such as McDermott Will & Emery in Paris and Cravath Swaine & Moore in London. Her impressive track record spans across multiple jurisdictions, including Africa, the Middle East, London, Paris, New York, Washington DC, Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul, and Switzerland, where she made history as the first Middle East-based member of the Swiss Centre Court of Arbitration.