Diana Moise is an associate in the London office of Debevoise & Plimpton and a member of the firm's International Dispute Resolution Group. Her practice focuses on international arbitration and public international law. Ms Moise assisted in investment and commercial arbitration disputes across a range of sectors including financial services and pharmaceuticals, under the auspices of ICSID, ICC and LCIA.
Ms. Moise joined Debevoise as a trainee solicitor in 2019 and was admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales in 2021. Prior to joining Debevoise, she interned at several international law firms in London. Ms. Moise is also a research assistant at the Faculty of Laws at University College London.
Ms. Moise is a co-author of "Establishing a branch under AIFMD and MiFID," Thomson Reuters Practical Law (September, 2021); "Dynamic synergies between China's Belt and Road Initiative and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals", J Int Bus Policy (2021); "One Belt One Road Roadmaps: The Legal and Policy Frameworks", TDM 3 (2017) and "One Belt, One Road, One World: Where is US Business Connectivity?" in Zhang et al. (eds.), China's Belt and Road Initiative (Palgrave 2018). She also published articles on "Future of Investment Arbitration for EU Member States", Romanian Arbitration Journal (2020); "Investor State Dispute Settlement loses popularity" and "One-Belt-One-Road by Sea", International Law Gazette (2017).
Ms. Moise graduated from University College London with an LL.M. in 2015 and West University of Timisoara with a degree in law in 2014. She subsequently completed the GDL at BPP Law School and LPC at University of Law.