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Garden Court Chambers

Sareta Ashraph

London, UK UK Bar Guide 2022 Ranked in 1 departments

Barrister profile for UK Bar 2022

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Crime: International Criminal Law - London (Bar)

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Sareta Ashraph
Sareta Ashraph is an experienced junior, highly regarded for her work as senior legal analyst on the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria. She has advised on contraventions occurring during civil wars and national conflicts, as well as war crimes and crimes against humanity. Ashraph has also appeared before the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Strengths: "Her publications in the field of gender-based violence in conflict are at the forefront of the developments this area has seen in recent years."
Recent work: Serving as director of the Office of Field Investigations at UNITAD, she is running eight separate investigative units responsible for case identification and the building of dossiers against those suspected of crimes committed by Da'esh/ISIS.
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