Manish Aggarwal and Charles Kotuby will co-teach a summer course on international arbitration at Durham Law School. The course will be co-taught alongside John Fellas, Wendy Miles KC, and Christian Leathley.

The course is for those seeking to gain expertise in the application of concepts and norms within the field of international arbitration or international dispute resolution.

To find out more about the course, click here.


Manish is a dual-qualified English solicitor and Indian advocate, and partner in the London office. He has extensive experience of representing clients in both commercial and investment treaty arbitrations across a broad range of sectors (including energy, infrastructure, life sciences, telecommunications, and technology) and in arbitration-related court litigation.  Manish is consistently ranked as a leading practitioner in arbitration and public international law by major directories such as Who’s Who Legal and The Legal 500, with clients describing him as “the total package”, who “possesses excellent knowledge of international arbitration”. He has also been recognised in the India Business Law Journal’s list of top international lawyers for India-related matters, in which peers describe him as a “highly skilled advocate with a staggering depth of investment law insight”.


Chuck is Of Counsel based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. His practice focuses on international commercial and treaty-based arbitration, transnational litigation, and public international law.

Previously a partner at an international law firm, he spent over twenty years as an international law counsel representing multinational corporations and sovereign states in complex international disputes.

Chuck is a Professor of Practice at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, an Honorary Professor at Durham Law School and a Visiting Professor of Law at the Kyiv School of Economics.  He teaches courses in international arbitration, public international law and international human rights. He has published extensively, authoring or co-authoring more than two dozen articles and book chapters over the last 20 years.

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