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Elizabeth Prado López is an expert counsel at Colombia’s National Agency for Legal Defence of the State. She specialises in international commercial and investment arbitration. She has acted as counsel in international arbitrations under the ICSID, ICC and UNCITRAL rules in the mining, energy, infrastructure, financial and information technology sectors. In addition to her activities as counsel, she also advises the Colombian government on the reform of investor– state dispute settlement in UNCITRAL’s Working Group III and participates in pre-arbitral negotiations. Prior to joining the international litigation team in 2019, Elizabeth taught international arbitration at a local university and advised international investors and different state agencies on complex disputes. She was also a member of the Colombian negotiating team for the free trade agreement between the EU and Colombia and Peru and worked as an associate lawyer at a local firm. Elizabeth holds an LLM from the University of Geneva (master’s degree in international dispute settlement, 2011) and is fluent in Spanish, English, German and French.
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