Represented U.S. manufacturer and distributor of skincare products against Norwegian supplier in JAMS arbitration.
Represented U.S. entities seeking to challenge confirmation of an arbitration award in U.S. federal court.
Advised African State on confirmation and enforcement of arbitration award in U.S. court against a U.S. entity.
Advised investors in respect of potential claims against a State pursuant to applicable bilateral investment treaties in the oil and gas industry.
Advised clients on the enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitration awards in New York.
Advised the Legal Representative of the Victims in The Prosecutor v. Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya Case 2) at the International Criminal Court on international criminal law issues and procedure.
Advised Clooney Foundation for Justice TrialWatch Project on international fair trial standards and issues relating to a global trial observation program.
Successfully won asylum for a Syrian family following a trial in U.S. Immigration Court and successfully reunified family members in the United States.
Successfully obtained asylum for a Peruvian client following an interview with the USCIS Asylum Office.
New York, 2014
‘Withers public international law team files pro bono amicus brief with US Supreme Court in case tackling human rights violations in the global chocolate industry,’ Withers Insight - November 25, 2020, co-author
‘Human rights laws could be next frontier for climate court actions,’ Bloomberg Law - March 24, 2020, co-author
Co-Author (with Emma Lindsay), “Pro bono pursuit of judicial review for Kenyan victims at the International Criminal Court,” International Bar Association Pro Bono Committee News, Issue No. 3 (2015)
Co-Author (with Emma Lindsay), “The continued journey for justice: the Kenyan victims’ role in the case against President Kenyatta before the International Criminal Court,” International Bar Association Pro Bono Committee News, Issue No. 4 (2016)
Co-Author (with Mary Beth Buchanan). "Corporate Employees at Risk: Strategic and Practical Implications of the Yates Memo," Washington Legal Foundation Legal Backgrounder, Vol. 34, No. 4 (2016)
New York city bar association