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Rakesh Singh photo Rakesh Singh (2018)
1 September 2021

Rakesh Singh studied Comparative and International Dispute Resolution in 2018 and is now Assistant Professor at O.P. Jindal Global University in India.

Rishabh Jogani photo Rishabh Jogani
1 September 2021

Rishabh Jogani (Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM, 2014) is a Partner at MRP Advisory FZ LLC, a UAE based boutique construction arbitration law firm.

Dyah Paramita Dyah Ayu Paramita (2016)
3 March 2021

Dyah studied Comparative & International Dispute Resolution. She is a Senior Associate at Hogan Lovells in Jakarta. She has been recognised by Chambers Asia Pacific Indonesia 2018-2021 as a ranked lawyer in antitrust/competition practice and brought the firm to become top tier in the antitrust/competition practice in Legal 500 Asia Pacific Indonesia 2019. Dyah shares her profile on International Women’s Day.

Katia Ramo Katherine Ramo (2008)
3 March 2021

Katherine (Katia) Ramo studied Comparative and International Dispute Resolution at CCLS. She is a global Technology & Media lawyer with CMS and is also the founder and chair of the CMS ENABLE Network for disability and wellbeing. Katia is currently completing a PhD in international law and is listed in the top global 30 Financial Times Women in Business HERoes and Future Female Leader 2018, and TechWomen100 Awards 2020. She shares her profile on International Women’s Day.

Judith Gill Judith Gill QC (1990)
3 March 2021

Judith Gill QC studied a PGDip in International Commercial Arbitration in 1990. She is recognised as one of the leading practitioners in the field of international arbitration. In 2018 she became a member of Twenty Essex Chambers and now practises solely as an arbitrator. Judith shares her recollections on International Women’s Day.

Jennifer Hartzler Jennifer Hartzler (2010)
3 March 2021

Jennifer studied International Arbitration and Commercial Law as an associate student at CCLS in 2010. She is Vice President of Legal at AlphaSights and has been named a ‘Future Leader’ by Who’s Who Legal for Arbitration in 2017-2020. Jennifer shares her profile on International Women’s Day.

José Antonio Casas Chavana José Antonio Casas Chavana (2020)
15 February 2021

José Antonio is a Senior Associate at Galicia Abogados S.C. México, in the field of Civil and Commercial Litigation and Arbitration. He acts as a representative and counsel of major domestic and foreign companies in arbitration proceedings involving construction, energy, oil & gas contracts, corporate disputes, among others. He is also a professor of civil and commercial procedures at Universidad Panamericana, Mexico. 

Arunav Guha Roy Arunav Guha Roy (2018)
20 October 2020

Arunav completed Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM in 2018 and now works as a Senior Associate, Dispute Resolution, L&L Partners Law Offices in New Delhi, India.

John Templeman John Templeman (2009)
11 September 2020

John completed a Diploma in International Arbitration in 2009. He is now working as a Counsel in King & Spalding LLP in New York, USA.

Ramunas Audzevicius Ramūnas Audzevičius (2015)
1 September 2020

Ramūnas Audzevičius studied the PG Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration in 2012 and the LLM in International Dispute Resolution and Economic Law in 2015. He is now Managing Partner and co-head of dispute resolution practice at Motieka & Audzevičius (Vilnius, Lithuania). 

Rutger Metsch Rutger Metsch (2014)
10 August 2020

Rutger Metsch graduated from CCLS with a Comparative and International Dispute Resolution LLM and is now working as an Associate (International Arbitration) at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, and teaches on the Strategic Decision Making for Lawyers module at CCLS

Clive Lampard Clive Lampard
13 December 2019

Clive Lampard studied his International and Comparative Dispute Resolution LLM from 2013-2015. He is now undertaking his PhD part-time at CCLS, whilst volunteering at the Battersea Law Centre

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