Catherine Gilfedder is a Senior Associate and Solicitor Advocate specialising in international arbitration and public international law. She has experience as counsel for state and corporate clients in commercial and investment treaty disputes under all of the major institutional rules.
Catherine has particular expertise in business and human rights issues, and regularly advises clients on risk management through investment structuring and ESG-related measures. She also acts for a number of international NGOs and their clients in claims before a range of courts, and is a duty scheme advocate at the Asylum Support Appeals Tribunal.
- University College London, 2014, LL.M., International Law (Distinction)
- BPP Law School, 2009, LPC (Distinction)
- University of Cambridge, 2003, MA (Hons), Law, Gonville and Caius College (First Class)
- University of Poitiers, 2002, Diploma in French Legal Studies
Admissions and qualifications
- Solicitor Advocate, Higher Courts of England and Wales, Higher Rights of Audience
- Roll of Solicitors of Ireland
- Senior Courts of England and Wales