Ms Nada Starovlah obtained her bachelor of laws degree LLB (Hons) in 2012 from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. Subsequently in 2013 she completed the Bar Professional Training Course from the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple, United Kingdom. Following the above in 2017 she completed her masters in law (LLM) specialising in the field of international commercial arbitration from the University of Queen Mary, United Kingdom.

Nada started her career by undertaking her training at the law firm of Nicos Chr. Anastasiades & Partners, and upon completing the Bar exams in Cyprus in 2015 she joined the law firm of Soteris Pittas & Co LLC as an advocate in the litigation department. She is also a lecturer at the Tutors Panaretos Educational Center where she teaches law as well as the President of the Cyprus branch of the World Commission of Human Rights, a non-profit organisation with a seat in London, United Kingdom focusing on pro bono work and the protection of human rights. She is the VIP lawyer for the Chinese agency Etouce on immigration and property law as well as one of the authors of the Cypriot company Epsilaw.

Her main areas of expertise are in the field of corporate and commercial litigation (local and international), human rights, family law as well as international commercial arbitration. She is a member of the Cyprus Bar Association, the General Council of the Bar, United Kingdom, the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) of the United Kingdom.