Rohini Singh Sisodia is an Indian qualified lawyer and her area of interest and specialization mainly lie in international arbitrations, investment and trade law and investment treaty negotiations.
Rohini worked (July 2015 - January 2018) as a Senior Legal Advisor with the International Investment Agreement Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, New Delhi where she was leading the Legal Cell and handling treaty negotiations between India and many other countries, investment treaty disputes, along with the related policy work on national, international and other imminent legal issues involving trade, investment and public international law. Rohini has also had the unique opportunity to represent India in investment and trade negotiations and had numerous interactions with well-experienced teams of diplomats and government officials.
Rohini joined the Ministry after completion of LLM in International Business Laws from the King's College London, primarily focused on international commercial and investment arbitration.
Prior to LLM, Rohini worked at Amarchand Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Company (AMSS), New Delhi offices, a prestigious law firm in India, where she worked for 5 years (as an Associate from 2008 and as a Senior Associate from March 2012 onwards) in the dispute resolution department.