Having been in Dubai for just short of a decade, Jyothi brings with her a wealth of case management experience from the likes of Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC). Prior to joining DIAC, Jyothi worked as an in-house counsel for a large corporate in the Indian entertainment, followed by a role with a legal consulting firm in Dubai dealing real estate and construction in the UAE.
Whilst in India, in her early days of employment Jyothi was involved with various NGOs dealing with Mental Health and Human Rights issues, playing an important role in contributions towards the amendment of the Indian Mental Health Act 1987. She has Masters in Law from the University of London specializing in Dispute Resolution with a minor in Maritime Law.
“I commend EMAC for its contribution in promoting the maritime industry and arbitration within the region. Given the vast array of shipping activity here, EMAC is definitely well placed to ensure that access is granted to the right services for maritime disputes out of the DIFC,” said Jyothi “I look forward to growing with EMAC and to ensuring delivery of the highest standard of arbitration and mediation services for the maritime industry.”