Foley Hoag Attorney Patricia Cruz Trabanino to Speak at Arbitration in Latin America Roundtable
June 22, 2018
Foley Hoag LLP associate Patricia Cruz Trabanino will participate in a roundtable discussion titled “Arbitration in Latin America: Where Are the Women?,” taking place on June 25, 2018 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The event is organized by ArbitralWomen, ICDR Young & International, and the Women's Rights Committee of the Inter-American Lawyers Federation (IABA/FIA).
Cruz Trabanino will take part in a panel focusing on mentoring and leadership of women attorneys in the international arbitration field.
As an associate in Foley Hoag’s International Litigation and Arbitration Department, Cruz Trabanino advises sovereign States in investor-State disputes and public international law matters. She represents clients in arbitrations initiated under international investment agreements before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, and also represents sovereign States in U.S. federal court proceedings and in advisory matters concerning international law.
ArbitralWomen is an international, non-governmental organization whose primary objective is to advance the interests of women and promote female practitioners in international dispute resolution. The ICDR Young & International (Y&I) is a networking group for arbitration and ADR practitioners under the age of 40 to meet, exchange ideas, and learn from peers. The Inter-American Bar Association (IABA/FIA) is an international organization of bar associations and lawyers.
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