Marie Davoise


Marie is an associate in law firm Hogan Lovells' International Arbitration group in London, where she focuses on public international law and the settlement of international legal disputes. Marie has experience representing both states and investors in proceedings under UNCITRAL, ICSID and SCC rules, as well as advising on claims under the Energy Charter Treaty. Marie is a core member of Hogan Lovells' award-winning Business & Human Rights practice. Marie also has a strong commitment to pro bono and regularly works on matters involving international criminal law and human rights. An internationally-minded lawyer born and raised in Brussels, Marie speaks English, French and Portuguese. She is familiar with both civil law and common law, and is always keen on expanding her legal and cultural horizons.

Recently Published

Can’t Fight the Moonlight? Actually, You Can: ICJ Judges to Stop Acting as Arbitrators in Investor-State Disputes

The earthquake started in earnest in November 2017. At its epicentre was a report, published in November 2017 by two researchers at the International Institute for Sustainable Development ("IISD"). In the report, titled "Is 'Moonlighting' a Problem? The role of ICJ Judges in ISDS", researchers Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder and Martin Dietrich Brauch analysed the contents of several public databases…

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