Zarah is a member of the firm’s public sector practice group.
Zarah holds a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Oslo. During the final year of her studies, she worked as a research assistant at Centre for European Law while writing her Master’s thesis on EU Trademark Law (The conditions of use «in the course of trade» and use «in relation to goods or services» - Article 5 of the Trademark Directive). In addition, she holds an LL.M. degree in US and Comparative Law from Fordham Law School (New York, USA), where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and received the Willian Michael Treanor Award for the highest cumulative average in her program.
In the spring of 2013, Zarah was a trainee in the Norwegian Cabinet at the EFTA Court in Luxembourg. There, she assisted in the assessment and analysis of a broad range of EEA-related issues. She then worked for one year as a Higher Executive Officer at the Norwegian Ministry of Finance, in the Financial Markets Department. In the Ministry, Zarah worked mainly with issues related to banking and finance, both in regards to single issues and in relation to legislative initiatives.