Contributors

Nina Hall is a specialist in arbitration with experience of client representation and case management before ICC, LMAA, GAFTA, ICSID, AAA, Stockholm tribunals and a number of regional centres.  Nina trained at Herbert Smith Freehills in the early 1990s and in addition to obtaining higher rights as a solicitor she went on to advocate as an international practitioner and case manager, advising sovereign entities and multinationals, cross-border.  She is also an expert in mass claims (arbitration special panels) and has a keen interest in the development of treaty law and direct recourse rights.  Nina completed her LLB at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London University and has significant comparative law(s) experience and knowledge of legal systems, globally.  Nina has also worked with UNCTAD and other UN bodies on harmonisation of law projects.  Nina contributes to the LexisNexis Dispute Resolution Blog on arbitration matters.

Elodie Fortin is a Paralegal in the Lexis®PSL Paralegal Hub. She earned her Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) and Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degrees from McGill University in Canada, pursuant to which she completed her specialist Master of Laws (LLM) in Public International Law at the London School of Economics. She undertook several legal internships abroad, notably in Italy at the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT). She has a particular interest in International Arbitration. 
Ruth specialises in general corporate and commercial dispute resolution with particular experience in shareholder disputes, fraud and warranty claims. Ruth trained and qualified at Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP (now Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP) where she remained in practice for ten years. Her work has involved project managing large-scale cases to trial in the chancery and commercial courts. Ruth was actively involved in in-house training with a particular focus on all aspects of evidence gathering and production, including authoring a user-manual on E-disclosure. She is also a contributor to the New Law Journal.