Ndanga specialises in international dispute settlement, public international law, and private international law. She sits as arbitrator and represents clients in institutional and ad hoc disputes. She also advises clients on investment protection, dispute prevention, dispute resolution, and risk mitigation. Her clients have included private entities, states and state entities, and international organisations. Her areas of practice span contract disputes, treaty disputes, shareholder and JV disputes, international investment law, and public international law. She has experience in the energy, mining, power, telecommunications, and infrastructure sectors.
In addition to her practice, she is vice president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, honorary senior fellow of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute of Comparative Public Law and International Law, member of the ILA Committee of the Rule of Law and International Investment Law, director of programmes of the African Association of International Law, member of the executive committee of FIAA, and a PRIME Finance Expert in Dispute Resolution. She is also an OGEMID rapporteur for central and southern Africa.
She is listed on the arbitration panels of CIETAC, SHAC, and KIAC. She is also on the Global Counsel List of the Office of the Ombudsman, United Nations Funds and Programmes.
Ndanga is available for appointment as arbitrator and for engagement as counsel, co-counsel, researcher, and adjunct lecturer.