Kimberly Larkin has been appointed to the Board of Governors of the Washington Foreign Law Society as their Chair of Programs.

Founded in 1952, the Washington Foreign Law Society serves as a forum for discussion of foreign and international law issues among professionals serving with the many US Government agencies, foreign missions, non-governmental organisations, academic institutions, and national and global professional firms with a Washington presence.

Kimberly will be responsible for designing and organising virtual and in-person events for the Society, including interviews with leading practitioners, academics, and government representatives. Pandemic permitting, Kimberly will also be assisting with in-person events such as the Society’s annual gala. She will also be a voting member of the Society’s Board of Governors.

On her appointment, Kimberly said, “I am honoured to have been selected as Chair of Programs for the Washington Foreign Law Society and look forward to making a meaningful contribution to the planning of the exciting events we have ahead of us”.


Kimberly, an associate in the Washington, DC office, represents clients in international commercial and investment arbitrations across a variety of sectors, including the technology, energy, mining and natural resources, and financial services industries. She also regularly advises States and international non-governmental organisations on public international law issues, and maintains an active pro bono practice focused on human rights advocacy before U.S. courts and administrative agencies.

Kimberly is a recommended lawyer in The Legal 500 US 2021 and was recently named a “Rising ADR Star” by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution.

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