Anthea Roberts has experience as an arbitrator, an expert and counsel in international investment and commercial arbitrations, and as an expert and counsel in public international law claims before international and domestic courts.
To accompany her disclosure statement to the UNCITRAL Academic Forum, Anthea confirms that her ISDS case experience from the last five years is:
• Mock arbitrator for an ISDS dispute (2019).
• Counsel for Australia in APR v. Australia (UNCITRAL ISDS case) (dormant, tribunal not established) (2017).
Anthea is a member of the Australian delegation to UNCITRAL Working Group III on ISDS reform. However, she participates in her independent academic capacity and largely writes about the sociology of the reform process. Anthea’s ISDS reform blogs are available on EJIL: _Talk!_and her articles are available on SSRN. This research is supported by a DFAT Aid for Trade grant that funds Anthea to follow the UNCITRAL process and to provide capacity building workshops on ISDS reforms for certain states in the Asia-Pacific.
Anthea’s other case experience can be found on Linked In.