In this week’s episode, we dive into the world of law and order with Attorney Aysha Mutaywea, who shares the intricacies of being a law professional. She sheds light on how the law field, being a largely male dominated sphere, has different benchmarks for male and female attorneys. She speaks of the difficulties and the challenges she faces being a lawyer and coming up with solutions for gut-wrenching cases, but on the bright side how being a female lawyer has equipped her with endless opportunities to bring justice to women from all walks of life with the right support and care. Aysha teaches us to know and empower ourselves through the rights that are meant to protect women against all atrocities. Listen to her episode from the link in bio!
A licensed attorney from the Kingdom of Bahrain, a member of the Bahrain Bar Association, an international arbitration practitioner, and a litigation lawyer, Aysha Mutaywea is known for her expertise in MENA Region laws. She offers 10 years of experience in various legal fields and currently advises clients on a wide range of issues including civil, commercial, corporate, finance, banking, investment, energy, construction and real estate disputes. Aysha is highly regarded as one of the leading practitioners in the arbitration scene in the MENA region, having handled disputes under various arbitration rules.