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Katrina Limond

Senior Associate


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Katrina Limond

Senior Associate


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Publications: 02 December 2021

Governing law of arbitration agreement

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Publications: 10 November 2021

Enforcement of arbitration awards against States – court documents must be served through diplomatic channels

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Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2014


M.A. (Hons), University of Cambridge, Clare College, Law, 2010, 1st class

Licence III, Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), French Law, 2009

Legal Practice Course, The College of Law, London, 2012, Distinction

Pro-bono experience

working with a UK based to research accountability options for international crimes committed in Syria in national courts of six jurisdictions

member of A&O Business & Human Rights Working Group since April 2015

appealing to the Privy Council to challenge a Jamaican Court of Appeal non-capital criminal sentence

Published work

Cohesion between the international human rights and international investment regimes - is a standing court necessary? A&O Business & Human Rights Review, with Angeline Welsh, September 2016

A new arbitration law for Myanmar, Practical Law Arbitration, March 2016

Who is the most influential arbitrator in the world? Global Arbitration Review, with Rishab Gupta, January 2016

Investment Treaty Arbitration know-how for Rwanda, Global Arbitration Review, with Angeline Welsh and Emile Gonin, 2015