Aman Al Tawil

Industry Expertise

Aviation & Travel
Construction, Infrastructure & Real Estate
Digital Economy
Entertainment & Events
Financial Services
Franchising, Agency & Licensing
Hospitality, Food & Beverage
Privacy & Risk Management
Private Capital
Retail & Consumer
Technology & Media
Aman is a New York-qualified bilingual lawyer (English and Arabic) bringing years of experience, including several years in the energy practice of the firm McCarthy, Sweeney and Harkaway, PC, in Washington, D.C. Aman has worked with clients in the energy industry including natural gas producers and energy utility companies in the US focusing on pipeline construction and expansion, rate-setting, and breach of contract. She has also covered matters related to cross-border litigation, bank litigation and UAE-based arbitrations.

Selected representative roles and matters:

  • Advising US gas pipelines and electric utilities on sale and transportation of natural gas and electric power.
  • Assisting leading interstate energy utility company appearing before FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) on rate and jurisdictional matters.
  • Providing legal assistance to US-based freight transportation company on appropriate approach to US Congressional policy.
  • Drafting and reviewing energy tariff agreements and environmental impact statements.
  • Representing natural gas supplier before D.C. Circuit Court relating to procurement of certification for expansion of pipeline.
  • Assisting in representation of high-profile telecommunications company in DIFC-LCIA arbitration.
  • Assisting in representation of regional oil supplies company with arbitration in DIAC.
  • Assisting a leading Middle Eastern bank in dealing with U.S. government investigation.


Washington College of Law
Certificate in International Commercial Arbitration
Washington D.C.,
USA 2019

Washington College of Law
Juris Doctorate (International Law Dean’s Scholar)
Washington D.C.,
USA 2002

Bucknell University
Bachelor of Arts International Relations (magna cum laude)
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
USA 1998

School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
England 1997


English (Native)
Arabic (Advanced)

Bar Admission

New York, 2002

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