Christina G. Hioureas
is Counsel in the firm’s International Litigation & Arbitration practice and Chair of the firm's United Nations Practice group. Her expertise covers International Commercial Arbitration, International Litigation & Arbitration, Investor-State Arbitration, Public International Law, International Court of Justice, Maritime & Land Boundary Disputes, the United Nations and Trade Sanctions & Export Controls. Christina represents States, private and State-owned entities, and individuals on international arbitration disputes and public international law matters, and advises States on matters before the United Nations and its bodies. She also serves as arbitrator in international commercial disputes. Christina has particular experience on issues involving the Balkans, the Mediterranean, North Africa, Europe, the Caucuses, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. This includes: investment treaty claims (ICSID, UNCITRAL); international commercial arbitration (ICC, AAA/ICDR, LCIA, Swiss Rules), with particular expertise in energy pricing disputes and construction arbitration; international litigation; treaty drafting and interpretation; climate change; international human rights law. She has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law and Graduate Student Instructor at the University of California, Berkeley - in the Peace & Conflict Studies Department. She is also on the Teaching Staff of the University of Piraeus in the Energy Strategy, Law & Economics Program and the Yeosu Academy of International Law in the Republic of Korea.