Liz Snodgrass will be providing the concluding remarks for the “Current Levels of Representation of Women in Human Rights Organs and Mechanisms: Ensuring gender parity, a discussion on the Report of the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee” panel as part of “The Experts Speak Series: Addressing Human Rights in Times of Crisis” series.
ABOUT LIZ SNODGRASS
Liz, a partner in the Washington, DC office, has more than two decades of experience as an advocate and counsellor in international arbitration matters. Her practice is a mix of commercial and investment treaty arbitration. Liz has particular expertise in handling disputes involving States and State entities. Her clients span a wide variety of sectors, with a focus on upstream energy, power, mining, aerospace, and telecoms.
Liz’s publications on international law and arbitration issues include the seminal article, “Protecting Investors’ Legitimate Expectations,” in the ICSID Review. She has also authored numerous articles and book chapters on issues of arbitration practice and procedure, and in addition to faculty appointments at University College London (2007 – 2012) and the Washington College of Law at American University (current), she regularly guest lectures and speaks at client and industry events about arbitration issues.
Liz is recognised as a Leader in international arbitration by Who’s Who Legal, which describes her as “a brilliant mind and a wise counsel,” and is also recognised by Chambers and The Legal 500.« Back