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Click here to enlarge.   Kabir A.N. DUGGAL IAI Young Practitioner   
Columbia Law School
435 W. 116th St.
New York, NY 10027
Tel: +1.212.854.2640

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
250 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019-9710
Tel: +1.212.836.7141
Languages   English, Hindi (native)
Nationality   USA
Bar Admission   India - 2004
New York - 2010
England & Wales - 2011
District of Columbia - 2017
Education   Leiden Law School (PhD (Academic Prize by CEPANI) - 2019); NYU School of Law (LLM (Hauser Global Scholar & Transitional Justice Fellow) - 2008); University of Oxford (BCL (Oxford-Cambridge Society of India Scholar & DHL-Times of India Scholar) - 2007); University of Mumbai (LLB (Gold Medal) - 2004)
Lecturer-in-Law (International Arbitration) - Columbia Law School; Course Director - Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Columbia Law School Course Director
as Arbitrator  
Chair or Sole arbitrator in domestic and international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the AAA/ICDR, SIAC, ICC and ABTA, as well as proceedings administered by the Center for Effective Dispute Resolution
as Counsel  
International investement arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of ICSID, ICC and SCC
Relating to  
• Principles of Evidence in Public International Law as Applied by Investor-State Tribunals: Burden and Standards of Proof (E-book, Brill, 2019) (with W.W. Cai)

• Evidence in International Investment Arbitration (OUP, 2018) (with F.G. Sourgens and I.A. Laird)

• "International Arbitration Promoting Human Rights: The Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration," Asian Dispute Rev., July 2020, at 102 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Auditing The Reform Process: Key Developments in the New Normal of Investment Treaty Arbitration," Corporate Disputes, July-Sept. 2020, at 84 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Identifying Institutional Models for Arbitrator Appointments - All Roads Lead to Rome?," in Managing and Resolving Commercial Disputes 31 (Financier Worldwide, 2020) (with R. Rangachari)

• "The Business of Human Rights: Is there a Viable Platform for Arbitration," Corporate Disputes, Apr.-June 2020, at 95 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Colombia’s 2017 Model IIA: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed," 34(1) ICSID Rev. 224 (2019) (with D. Garcia Clavijo, M.C. Rincón, S. Trujillo)

• "The 2019 Netherlands Model BIT: Riding the New Investment Treaty Waves," 35(3) Arb. Int’l 347 (2019) (with L.H. van de Ven)

• "New York Convention: Case Studies from the Canada and the United States," 25(4) Dispute Resolution Magazine, Sept. 2019, at 16 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Meditating over Mediation: A Look into the Singapore and New York Conventions," Corporate Disputes, Oct.-Dec. 2019, at 111 (with R. Rangachari)

• "The Power of Simplicity: Affinity Practice Modules in Arbitration," Corporate Disputes, Apr.-June 2019, at 85 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Evidence," in Business Guide to Trade and Investment, Vol. 2, at 150 (A.E. Appleton and P.F.J. Macrory eds., ICC Publ. 795E, 2018)

• "Working with the Artifacts: Is there a Best Approach to the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration?," Corporate Disputes, Oct.-Dec. 2018, at 132 (with R. Rangachari)

• "Evidentiary Principles in Investor-State Arbitration," 28(1) Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 3 (2017)

• "The New Brazilian BIT on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments: A New Approach in Times of Change," 32(2) ICSID Rev. 404 (2017) (with J.P. Muniz and L.A.S. Peretti)

• "The Final 2015 Indian Model BIT: Is This the Change the World Wishes to See?," 32(1) ICSID Rev. 216 (2017) (with G. Hanessian)

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