Siham Boda is an admitted Advocate of the High Court of South Africa and has practiced both locally and internationally, specializing in Constitutional and Public International Law. Siham served as a clerk both at the Constitutional Court of South Africa and the Land Claims Court. Siham practiced as a consultant in the corporate and public sector where she gained experience in dispute management and forensic investigations in a wide range of industries. Siham is an independent dispute resolution practitioner and has mediated many disputes and chaired disciplinary hearings drawing upon her legal, corporate and investigative experience to deliver effective mediation processes. Siham is a member of the Conflict Dynamics panel of mediators and is an accredited Commercial and Workplace mediator.
Siham has Masters and Undergraduate Degrees from the University of Cape Town namely: MBA (2010), M.Phil Criminology (2005), BA (1998), LLB (2000) and an LLM in Public International Law (2008) from the University of the Witwatersrand. Siham was a visiting scholar to the University of California, Berkeley being awarded the AW Mellon Fellowship. She also attended the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as part of her MBA programme. Siham holds a mediation accreditation with CEDR (2013) and Chartered Governance Institute of the UK and Ireland (2021).