Brianna is an associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, based in Washington D.C.
Brianna specializes in international law and arbitration, focusing her practice on disputes in Latin America. She has acted in investment treaty arbitrations in English and Spanish conducted under the ICSID and UNCITRAL Rules and is an active member of Freshfields’ pro bono practice. She previously served as a rapporteur for the ICCA-IBA Joint Task Force on Data Protection in International Arbitration Proceedings and is a founder and Executive Committee member of the DC Very Young Arbitration Practitioners (DC VYAP).
Brianna holds a B.C.L. / LL.B from McGill’s Faculty of Law and a Master’s in International Affairs from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Science Po Paris). Brianna speaks English, Spanish, French and Portuguese.
Fawzi is an aspiring lawyer seeking to complete his qualifications to be admitted as an England and Wales Solicitor. He completed his Bachelors in Law with Honours (LLB) from City, University of London and his Legal Practice Course (LPC) from BBP University, London. Fawzi is currently an Intern Lawyer at Al Tamimi and Company, Dubai, with the Arbitration Practice.
Gladwin Issac is an India-qualified (2018) lawyer working as an Associate in the Litigation and Arbitration practice of S&R Associates in Mumbai.
Prior to joining S&R Associates, he undertook short-term work placements with key stakeholders in the field of international dispute settlement – including GAR 100 law firms, an intergovernmental organization, India’s Ministry of Law and Justice, a leading arbitral institution in the Asia-Pacific region, and an investment policy think-tank – where he worked on a broad range of law and policy issues in this field.
Gladwin holds a bachelor's degree in law (LL.B., first-class honours) from Gujarat National Law University (2018) and a master's degree in law (LL.M., magna cum laude) specializing in international dispute settlement (MIDS), jointly awarded by the University of Geneva and The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (2020). He has also completed advanced courses from the International Academy for Arbitration Law (2018), the World Trade Institute (2018), and the Xiamen Academy of International Law (2019).
Hana Karawya is an Associate – International Arbitration at Zulficar & Partners and a member of the Egyptian Bar Association. She obtained her license en droit (LL.B.) from Cairo University – Egypt, Master 1 in International and European Law and Master 2 (LL.M.) in International Economic Law from University of Toulouse 1 Capitole – France.
Stephanie Papazoglou is a French trainee lawyer of Greek nationality, currently working at Allen & Overy, in Paris. She has recently graduated from the MIDS LLM program in International Dispute Settlements at the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute, in Geneva. She also holds a LLB and a Master Degree in International Business Law and International Arbitration from the University Paris II - Panthéon Assas, in Paris. Finally, she has worked in various international arbitration law firms, notably at Derains & Gharavi, Reed Smith, Gide Loyrette and Bredin Prat.