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Public International Law - London (Firms)
"She is very strong and runs cases with perfect footwork."
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Aimee-Jane Lee is an international counsel in the London office of Debevoise & Plimpton. Her practice focuses on international commercial arbitration and litigation, and public international law.
Ms. Lee has advised private clients and states across multiple jurisdictions (notably in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe) and a number of industries, including mining, construction, hospitality, advertising and, especially, energy. She has represented clients in arbitrations conducted under the auspices of the main institutions and governed by a variety of substantive and procedural legal systems.
Ms. Lee advises on the international protection of investments and represents her clients in associated disputes. She has also advised extensively on maritime boundary issues, treaty drafting and interpretation, the interaction between public international law and domestic law, international sanctions and human rights. Following a secondment to Liberty, the human rights organisation, she has continued to work, pro bono, on human rights issues, notably in proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights and submissions to the United Nations.
Ms. Lee has also passed Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the CFA exams (Chartered Financial Analyst). She is therefore particularly proficient in assisting clients with quantum-related aspects of their dispute and liaising with quantum experts.