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Noelle Berryman is a counsel in the International Arbitration Practice Group at WilmerHale. Her practice focuses on commercial and investment treaty international arbitration matters. Ms Berryman is also experienced in advising companies in responding to ad hoc and government investigations, including those instituted by US Congressional committees, the US Department of Justice, and the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Ms Berryman has represented European, CIS, and US companies and individuals in a variety of disputes in the telecommunications, oil and gas, agribusiness, pharmaceuticals, and defense industries, among others. She has advised clients regarding commercial and investor-state arbitrations under virtually all of the major institutional rules, including ICC, LCIA, AAA/ICDR, VIAC, UNCITRAL, and ICSID, in arbitration proceedings with seats in London, Vienna, Zurich, Stockholm, and Chicago. In addition to her commercial arbitration and investment practice, she is particularly interested in such areas as investment protection and state responsibility. Ms Berryman's pro bono experience has involved liaising with parliamentary and government representatives to obtain redress on behalf of farmers who lost their investment in a developing economy. Ms Berryman is a US-qualified lawyer. She obtained her J.D. with high honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 2003 and her BA from Rice University. She has practised in London for over five years, having begun her career in Houston, Texas.
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