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Elizabeth Chan

Registered Foreign Lawyer, E&W

Hong Kong

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Elizabeth Chan

Registered Foreign Lawyer, E&W

Hong Kong

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Pro Bono

  • Assisted the preparation of a report of the United Nations Human Rights Council Advisory Committee on “Current Levels of Representation of Women in Human Rights Organs and Mechanisms: Ensuring Gender Balance”, in conjunction with REDRESS, a leading human rights organisation, and GQUAL, a global campaign body that works to overcome the under-representation of women in international tribunals and monitoring bodies (distributed on 21 May 2021)
  • Member of the Yale Law School Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic

Published Work

  • The Rise of Digital Identities and Their Implications for International Arbitration (co-authored), JURIST.org, 2022
  • Arbitration Tech Toolbox: Lessons from the First Ever International Arbitration Gathering in Virtual Reality (co-authored), Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 2022
  • Demystifying what it is like to experience virtual reality using current technologies, MetaverseLegal, 2022
  • Forecasting Energy Disputes in Asia (co-authored), Asian International Arbitration Journal, 2020
  • Just Beclause: Unilateral Arbitration Clauses in the Time of Brexit, Vindobona Journal, 2020
  • The UK's Post-Brexit Investment Policy: An Opportunity for New Design Choices, European Investment Law and Arbitration Review, 2020
  • What Impact Will Brexit Have On Public International Law In The UK?, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 2020
  • For whom the treaty tolls?, Practical Law Arbitration Blog, 2017
  • Decrypting Cryptocurrencies: Why Borderless Currencies May Benefit from Borderless Dispute Resolution, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 2017
  • Proposed Guidelines for the Disclosure of Third-Party Funding Arrangements in International Arbitration, American Review of International Arbitration, 2015
  • Women Trailblazers in the Law: The New Zealand Women Judges Oral Histories Project, Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 2014
  • The Vulture Swoops and Devours its Prize: the Unsatisfactory Law of State Immunity in Democratic Republic of Congo v FG Hemisphere Associates LLC, Auckland University Law Review, 2013