Delighted to provide news about IntLawGrrl Sadie Blanchard (left), who today contributes a post about developments in international investment law.
When last she posted with us, on the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Sadie was still a student at Yale Law School. These days, she is an associate in the International Arbitration practice at King & Spalding in Paris, France, and continues to write in the areas of international adjudication and public international law. And we're pleased to announce that this coming May, she'll begin serving as private international arbitration law clerk in The Hague to Charles N. Brower, an arbitrator and legal expert who's served as a Judge on the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal since 1983.
Heartfelt congratulations, and welcome back!