London Conference on International Law Sponsors 2024
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Herbert Smith Freehills
Herbert Smith Freehills offers specialists in a broad range of international law issues across our global network. We operate in the real world: our practitioners specialise in a broad range of international law issues across a global network, we find pragmatic solutions to the trickiest international law problems.
Understanding the political and international law issues at play and the commercial realities our clients face allows us to best advise on their highest profile and most complex matters.
In addition to our investment protection and investor-state arbitration representations, our experts provide focused legal and strategic advice across the full spectrum of pure public international law issues, including within the following areas:
- Investment protection and treaty disputes;
- International boundary disputes and law of the sea;
- Cross border resources deposits and exploitation in disputed areas;
- Immunity of states and international organisations;
- State recognition, secession and succession;
- Climate change and international environmental and energy law;
- International trade law and World Trade Organisation issues;
- Sanctions and export control; and
- International human rights and corporate social responsibility.
Debevoise & Plimpton
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is a premier law firm with market-leading practices and a global perspective. More than 900 lawyers work in nine offices across three continents, within integrated global practices, serving clients around the world. In the last year, our teams advised on matters in more than 90 countries.
The firm’s Public International Law Group is widely regarded as one of the world’s best. Members of the team have experience at the most senior levels of government, business, international organizations, and NGOs.
The team handles matters of unmatched significance, complexity and diversity. Lawyers in the group have extensive experience in treaty interpretation and enforcement before international courts and tribunals. The team also has broad experience in litigating issues of public international law arising before domestic courts.
International law sits at the heart of the most pressing global challenges facing the world today – and offers some of the most significant and promising solutions. It has also become increasingly relevant to every cross-border activity and any public or private sector entity involved in trans-national trade, commerce and investment. In an increasingly globalised world, the need to understand developments in international law and impact of international regulation has become more important than ever.
Clifford Chance’s Public International Law group comprises a global team of specialist lawyers with experience working in governments and international organisations as well as commercial practice. For over 40 years we have advised corporations, States, international organisations and individuals on international law disputes, the complex and far-reaching effects of public and private international law, and international regulation and enforcement. We represent states and corporates in international courts and tribunals, advise on key strategic issues for states in international and domestic courts, and advise on all areas of international law.
Foley Hoag’s International Litigation and Arbitration practice is unique among law firms. In addition to its highly-renowned public international law practice, the firm boasts sophisticated international investment and international commercial arbitration practices that handle complex and high-volume controversies from its offices in Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, and Paris. It also has a first-of-its-kind United Nations (UN) Practice Group, advising States on matters before the UN. The firm also represents clients before American, French, and other domestic courts in matters related to sovereign immunities and international arbitration, including recognition, enforcement and set aside of arbitral awards.
For more information, please visit https://foleyhoag.com/industries-practices/international-litigation-and-arbitration/
Arnold & Porter
Arnold & Porter is known for its unrivalled experience and success acting in public international law disputes. The firm has an unparalleled track record on behalf of sovereign clients in investment treaty arbitrations, and has secured a larger number of positive outcomes for States in investor-State arbitrations than any other firm in the world (see our brochure). Arnold & Porter’s unique team of practitioners, former senior government and international officials, thought leaders, and arbitrators also has extensive experience in disputes before the International Court of Justice, international human rights tribunals, WTO dispute settlement bodies, and national courts. The firm regularly advises States, international organisations, and private clients on a wide range of public international law matters, including treaty negotiations, enforcement of investment treaty awards, the protection of foreign investments in armed conflicts, sovereign and diplomatic immunities, human rights, national security, international environmental law, sanctions, and international humanitarian law.
The British Red Cross
The British Red Cross is the recognised National Red Cross Society for the UK and a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Like other National Societies, it is an auxiliary to the public authorities in the humanitarian field.
The British Red Cross has a recognised role working with the UK public authorities in the dissemination and implementation of international humanitarian law (IHL) and in protecting the integrity of the red cross, red crescent and red crystal emblems. This is one of the unique aspects of the organisation. The British Red Cross is a member of the UK National Committee on IHL, and works with UK government departments, HM Forces and other institutions on a range of IHL matters, providing advice, training and assistance.
The British Red Cross has a partnership with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in maintaining their online Customary IHL database, undertaken by a research team based at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law in Cambridge.
Operationally, the British Red Cross delivers humanitarian services in the UK, and overseas in partnership with other Red Cross and Red Crescent organisations. We support the organisational development of sister National Societies through the provision of bilateral advice, and through support to informal regional networks of National Society legal advisers, and participation in Movement initiatives and projects.