Kiran Nasir Gore is an arbitrator, international dispute resolution consultant, and counsel with nearly fifteen years of experience advising governments, corporations, institutions, and individuals on public and private international law, international development, foreign investment strategies, international dispute resolution, and legal investigation and compliance efforts.
She is co-editor and co-author of two new books:
The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties in Investor-State Disputes: History, Evolution, and Future (Kluwer, 2022) and International Investment Law and Investor-State Disputes in Central Asia: Emerging Issues (Kluwer, 2023). She is also a member of the ICC's Task Force on ADR and Arbitration.
Kiran draws upon her expertise as an educator in the International and Comparative Law Program at The George Washington University Law School and at New York University's Global Study Center in Washington, D.C. In Spring 2022, she was invited to develop and teach a new course for GW Law called The Global Economy & International Disputes. The course launched with enrollment exceeding capacity and received glowing reviews.
Kiran is admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia and also before the U.S. Supreme Court and several U.S. federal district courts. She is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, magna cum laude with honors.
TDM Call for Papers: Special Issue on the "International Investment Arbitration - Environmental Protection and Climate Change Issues (Vol. 3+)"
TDM Special in preparation by Ali Burney, Rinat Gareev, Kiran Nasir Gore, Dini Sejko, Prof. Joel Slawotsky, and May Tai :
TDM Call for Papers: Special Issue on the "Sanctions and International Arbitration: Impact on Substantive and Procedural Issues"