Ruzin Dagli

Associate | London

Ruzin is an associate in the litigation and arbitration team.

Having previously practised in Paris and Istanbul, she has particular expertise in international arbitration, including disputes resolved under ICC, SCC and DIAC rules, as well as ad hoc proceedings under UNCITRAL rules. Ruzin also has experience in investment arbitrations, and has worked on numerous proceedings conducted under ICSID rules.

Ruzin has appeared before the Turkish courts as an advocate in a range of commercial disputes and enforcement actions. She has experience providing assistance in English High Court proceedings, especially in disputes with an international element.

Secretary Soursdey Kheng

Track record

Admissions

Publications

Memberships

Talks

Representing an investor __ in an ICSID-administered UNCITRAL arbitration against a European state in relation to assistive technologies

Representing an investor in ICSID proceedings against a central Asian state claiming expropriation and human rights abuses in a dispute arising out of a large infrastructure project.

Advising an investor with regards to a potential ICSID claim against a central Asian state in relation to an investment in the textile sector.

England and Wales, 2016

Turkey, 2012

‘Cuba libre - but with investment protection’, Global Arbitration Review - November 2015, co-author.

‘Fairness and the Final Word: State Responsibility for Court Action in Investment Arbitration’, Turkish Commercial Law Review - June 2016, co-author

Istanbul Bar Association

Young ICCA

LCIA YIAG

ICC YAF

ArbitralWomen

Ruzin has lectured on aspects of the law of arbitration in Germany, Italy and Turkey.

Education


Languages


  • English
  • French
  • Turkish

Dates


Joined

2015

London

16 Old Bailey,

EC4M 7EG

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