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Katrina Limond is a solicitor-advocate with extensive experience advising on investment treaty and international commercial arbitration and public international law. She has acted for a wide range of global clients, including states, companies and international organisations across a wide range of geographies, including in Europe, South-east Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Katrina has experience as counsel and advocate in multi-jurisdictional arbitration proceedings under the ICSID, UNCITRAL, LCIA, ICC, CIArb, SCC, SIAC and LMAA rules, as well as specialised experience in the energy, telecommunications, extractive industries, intellectual property and technology sectors. She has experience in English court litigation, including in arbitration-related court proceedings before the Commercial Court and the Supreme Court.
As a member of A&O’s Future Disputes Group, a multi-disciplinary, cross-practice working group considering the future of commercial disputes, she focuses on disputes arising out of emerging technology, in particular artificial intelligence and the metaverse.
She has been recognised as a key lawyer for public international law in The Legal 500 since 2020.
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