Margaret Ryan is counsel in the International Arbitration and Public International Law practices.
She represents and advises companies and States in international arbitrations conducted under the auspices of a variety of rules, including the ICC, LCIA, CRCICA, ICSID, SCC and UNCITRAL Rules. Her practice focuses particularly on international investment and energy disputes and matters involving clients and interests in Africa and Europe. Margaret is a member of the firm’s Mining and Metals group, and recently completed a five-month secondment at a major mining company based in London.
Margaret has advised and acted for clients whose claims are funded by third parties. She has also advised third party funders in relation to prospective claims.
Margaret is featured in Who’s Who Arbitration – Future Leaders. The publication, which is based upon an independent survey of general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide, profiles the foremost practitioners in the arbitration community aged 45 and under. Margaret is also featured in the The Legal 500 International Arbitration Powerlist UK, which features the UK’s leading arbitration practitioners.
International arbitrations on which Margaret Ryan has worked include the representation of:
M.Phil. European Philosophy
B.A., Joint Honours, Contemporary Philosophy/German/French