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  Naomi Briercliffe

Senior Associate

London

Naomi Briercliffe is a lawyer at Allen & Overy. If you would like to receive a current CV please email webmaster@allenovery.com.

Professional qualifications

Registered Foreign Attorney, New York, 2018

Solicitor Advocate, England and Wales, 2015

Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, 2011

Academic qualifications

Legal Practice Course, 2008 (College of Law, London)

LLB (hons), 2008 (College of Law, London)

MA (cantab), 2006 (King’s College, Cambridge University)

Published work

Book chapter (co-authored), ICSID Convention Article 52(1)(e), in Alvarez, Gerbay and Fouret ed., ICSID Practical Commentary (forthcoming, 2019)

Article (co-authored), Human-rights-based-claims by States and new generation investment agreements, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, August 2018

Article (co-authored), Could Tanzania face new investment claims?, Africa Law and Business, July 2017

Article, Holding investors to account for human rights violations through counterclaims in investment treaty arbitration, Practical Law, January 2017

Article (co-authored), Challenges to treaty award on jurisdiction in the national courts: what is the appropriate standard of review?, Practical Law, November 2016

Guidebook (co-editor and contributing author), A Guidebook for Decision-Makers: Mechanisms for Resolving Boundary Disputes in Africa, African Union, July 2016

Article, Update on Gender Diversity in Arbitration, IBA Newsletter, July 2016

Article (co-authored), Enforcing contracts in emerging markets, Africa Law and Business, May 2016

ICJ Rules in Hindu Temple Dispute, Global Arbitration Review, 2013

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