Sakina Babwani

Sakina is an associate in the Cross-Border and Business Litigation groups at Cambridge LLP.

Sakina is called to the Ontario Bar and to the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa, India. Sakina holds an LL.M. with specialization in Business Law from UC Berkeley School of Law, USA and represents clients in all types of commercial litigation matters, including oppression remedy matters, breach of contract disputes and injunctions. Sakina has represented clients at the Small Claims Court, Superior Court of Justice as well as the Court of Appeal. With her fluency in English, Hindi, Urdu and Gujarati, Sakina is able to understand the needs of her clients, particularly South Asian clients, and find the most cost-effective solution for them.

Sakina is also actively involved in her community and routinely provides pro bono services for clients who genuinely require legal assistance.

Prior to being called to the Bar in India, Sakina worked as a business journalist for four years with India’s largest financial daily The Economic Times, extensively covering law and finance. She has written over 150 articles with a special focus on the analysis of the legal and financial system in India.

Areas of Expertise
  • Business litigation
  • Injunctions
  • Shareholder/Partnership Disputes
  • Collection Litigation
  • Defamation
  • Real Estate Litigation

 

Organizations

Member of Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce

Member of the Ontario Bar Association

Member of the Steering Committee of the Aga Khan Ontario Legal Professional Alliance

Member of the South Asian Bar Association