Emilie Gonin is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers. She specialises in investment treaty arbitration, international commercial arbitration and public international law. She has represented corporations, states and sovereign entities in both investment treaty and commercial arbitrations. She has experience of arbitrations conducted under the major arbitration rules (ICC, LCIA, ICSID, HKIAC, UNCITRAL) across a range of sectors, including energy, financial and telecoms disputes. She also has expertise in proceedings related to arbitration disputes before English and other Commonwealth courts, including anti-suit injunctions and enforcement of arbitral awards. Emilie is a lecturer at Sciences Po Paris where she teaches investment treaty arbitration. She also regularly trains government lawyers, in particular in Africa, in the field of investment treaty arbitration. Prior to transferring to the Bar, she practiced for four years as an associate in the international arbitration department of Allen & Overy LLP in London. She is also a qualified Avocate à la Cour at the Paris Bar.
Emilie Gonin looks at two recent cases in which the English criminal courts came to diametrically opposed conclusions as to the effect of ICSID provisional measures on extradition ...On November 10, 2017 / By Emilie Gonin
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