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For over 30 years, Aisha Nadar has been actively involved in all phases of the negotiation and implementation of large-scale cross-border infrastructure and defence programs. Her procurement and international contract management experience includes holding senior level positions in the US, the Middle East and Europe. Ms Nadar joined Advokatfirman Runeland as a contract and dispute resolution consultant in September 2012, where she regularly advises clients on strategic procurement planning, contract drafting, contract management and dispute resolution. She acts as arbitrator, mediator and adjudicator and is retained regularly by parties, party counsel and arbitral tribunals in matters involving international arbitration, mediation and dispute boards. She has experience of ICC, LCIA, SCC, DIAC, AAA and UNCITRAL rules. Ms Nadar has carried out assignments related to dispute resolution for organizations such as the World Bank, USAID and US DoD and is a regularly invited speaker at universities and specialized conferences on construction contracts and dispute resolution. Ms Nadar is a member of FIDIC’s Executive Committee, the Chair of FIDIC’s Procurement Policy Sub-Committee, is listed on FIDIC President’s List of Accredited Adjudicators and served as one of the principal drafters of the updates of the FIDIC 1999 Suite. She is an officer of the International Construction Projects Committee of the IBA and co-chair of the Working Group Updating the Construction Industry Arbitrations: Recommended Tools and Techniques for Effective Management of Arbitrations under ICC Arbitration Rules. Ms Nadar holds a BS Electrical Engineering from University of Nebraska, an MBA from University of Texas-Austin and an LL.M. in International Commercial Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary, University of London.