Yael Ribco Borman is an associate in the International Arbitration practice.
Yael has advised companies, State-owned entities and States in international arbitrations under the Rules of the ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC and CRCICA, particularly in disputes related to oil & gas, renewable energies and infrastructure. Her experience includes investment treaty arbitrations under both bilateral and multilateral treaties, as well as commercial arbitrations. Yael has also worked alongside local counsel in setting aside proceedings before domestic courts.
Prior to joining Shearman & Sterling, Yael worked as an associate in a Uruguayan law firm.
LL.M. International and European Law: International Trade and Investment Law, cum laude
“Mining in Latin America: El Dorado or Pandora’s Pit?,” in Transnational Dispute Management, Latin America Special Vol. 5 (2016) (co-author)