- representing a North African company in ICC arbitration proceedings arising out of a supply and distribution dispute in the manufacturing sector
- representing and advising a North African state in multiple investment-treaty arbitrations arising out of events associated with the "Arab Spring" of 2011*
- representing an international salvage contractor in ICC arbitration proceedings against a state-owned entity, arising out of a salvage operation in the Persian Gulf*
- representing a Middle Eastern state in a ICSID arbitration arising out of a dispute in the telecommunications sector*
- representing an East African state in a US$ 1.4 billion ICC arbitration arising out of a dispute in the energy sector*
* prior to joining Herbert Smith Freehills
Aseel obtained her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School and graduated with a pro bono recognition award for founding the GW Law chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project.
She holds a M.Sc. in International Public Policy from the University College London, and a B.A. in Literature & Cultural Theory from Duke University.
Aseel is a native English and Arabic speaker and has intermediate proficiency in French.
She is admitted to the New York State Bar.