is a Senior Associate in the International Arbitration Group. She has advised governments, government entities and multinational corporations on commercial, investment and international law issues, and has represented clients in arbitrations under various rules in civil and common law jurisdictions in Asia, Europe and the Americas. She has experience with disputes in oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, automotive, pharmaceuticals and private equity. Apart from her work as counsel, Dharshini is the Executive Secretary to the Commonwealth Secretariat’s study on international arbitration across the 53 Commonwealth Member States, a committee member of Young SIAC and a member of the SIAC Users Council. She contributes to industry publications and is an assistant editor for the Journal of International Arbitration. She also speaks on issues of international arbitration and has taught at New York University (Paris) and at the Austrian, SIAC and London School of Economics arbitration academies.
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