Kabir Duggal is a senior associate in Baker McKenzie’s international arbitration practice group focusing on international investment arbitration, international commercial arbitration, and public international law matters. Mr Duggal’s experience includes disputes under numerous bilateral and multilateral investment treaties in South Asia, Latin America, Central Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa. He has also worked as a judicial clerk for an Indian Supreme Court Judge.
Mr Duggal is a lecturer-in-law at Columbia Law School teaching international investment arbitration and also gives lectures at Georgetown Law and Fordham Law School. He has published several articles and books and is regularly invited to speak at conferences globally. He is the managing editor for Columbia Law School’s The American Review of International Arbitration and is an editor for investmentclaims.com, hosted by Oxford University Press. He also serves on ICSID Review’s Peer Review Board and is an associate editor for Brill-Nijhoff’s international law and arbitration section. He is a Fellow at Columbia Center on Sustainable Development.
Mr Duggal is a graduate of the University of Mumbai (University Medal), University of Oxford (DHL-Times of India Scholar) and NYU School of Law (Hauser Global Scholar). He is admitted to practise law in India, England and Wales (solicitor) and New York.