Tomoko Ishikawa is Professor at Nagoya University in Japan. She has served as an ICSID Conciliator, appointed by the Chairman of the Administrative Council (2017-2023), a member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Energy Charter Treaty, an arbitrator at Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration, and a mediator at the Kyoto International Mediation Centre. Her professional experiences include serving as an Associate Judge at Tokyo District Court and holding the position of Deputy Director at the International Legal Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, where she worked on bilateral/trilateral investment treaties, Free Trade Agreements, and WTO dispute settlement.
Her most recent publication includes Tomoko Ishikawa, Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Investor-State Dispute Settlement: The Unexhausted Potential of Current Mechanisms (Cambridge University Press, 2022) and Tomoko Ishikawa and Yarik Kryvoi (eds.), Public and Private Governance of Cybersecurity: Challenges and Potential (Cambridge University Press, 2023).
TDM 5 (2019) Special Issue on the "Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)"