Ms. Zamira Saidi is a licensed attorney by the Afghanistan Independent Bar Association for practicing law in Afghanistan.
Prior to joining Shajjan & Associates, Ms. Saidi worked as Program Officer with a World Bank funded Project, Afghan Skills Development Project (ASDP II), and as a Legal Adviser & Training Developer with Hode Educational and Social Services Organization, a local Civil Society Organization.
She volunteered to mentor Karadan University and Kabul University teams for William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Courts, CLDP, during 2015 and 2016. She also served as a judge in national rounds of Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, through International Law Students Association (ILSA), in 2017 and more recently in April 2017, she has served as a Judge in the international round of Jessup in Washington DC.
Ms. Saidi is a member of Afghan Women’s Network (AWN) and also Lawyers Association and alumnae of VIS and Jessup Moot Courts. Ms. Saidi graduated from the faculty of Law and Political Science of Kabul University in 2015.