Kashimana is a Partner at Foundation Chambers.
Kashimana studied Law at the University of Lagos. She was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 2005. She obtained a Masters in Maritime Law from the University of Southampton United Kingdom in 2007. She served as an International Maritime Organization intern in 2010. She was a Visiting researcher at the Institute of Maritime Law, University of Southampton UK, in 2011.
Kashimana specializes in Maritime Law with an emphasis on disputes arising from Charterparties, Oil and gas, Ship arrests, Crew mens’ wages, personal injury, bills of lading, sale and purchase contracts, collisions, and Marine insurance contracts. She advises Shipowners and their insurers in relation to a range of wet and dry shipping matters and has directly been involved in enforcement proceedings in respect of LMAA arbitrations.
Kashimana has also advised on greenfield ports and Public Private Partnerships to both Terminal operators, Concessionaires and Regulators in the ongoing Port concession exercise in Nigeria.
Kashimana also advises on Offshore technology and deep-water assets, particularly on Pipeline construction projects, Production Sharing Contracts, and Joint venture Agreements.
Kashimana has played a research and advisory role in the drafting of key legislation such as the Nigerian Cabotage Act, the Merchant Shipping Act and the National Transport Bill. She has several published international articles in reputable journals including the Lloyds List group.
Kashimana is passionate about continuing professional development and currently serves as Secretary to the Maritime Committee on the Nigerian Bar Association, Section on Business Law, and the Young Comite Maritime International respectively.