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Foley Hoag LLP


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Foley Hoag LLP
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  • International Arbitration
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Tafadzwa Pasipanodya
Non-African Country
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English, Shona, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese
Individual Member Profession (see note below)
  • Counsel
Number of Cases as Counsel in international arbitration/ADR
Areas of Speciality
  • Construction & Infrastructure
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Environment
  • International Commercial Disputes
  • International Investment Disputes
  • Investment law
  • Maritime
  • Public International Law
Degrees/Qualifications, Institutions and Dates Obtained
Juris Doctor, New York University School of Law (2008)
Masters in Public Affairs, International Development, Princeton University (2004)
Bachelor of Arts, Economics & French, Macalester College (2001)
Professional Experience (Job Title, Organisation and Dates)
Partner, International Litigation & Arbitration, Foley Hoag LLP (2008-Present)
Legal Background
  • Common Law
  • International Law
Types of agreements from which disputes in your practice most frequently arise
  • Concessions
  • Public-Private Partnerships
Other Agreement (Please specify)
Investment Agreements; treaties
List arbitration/ADR articles, book chapters, books and where published
Co-author, “The African Union in THE LAW OF THE SEA: THE AFRICAN UNION AND ITS MEMBER STATES, P. Vrancken and M. Tsamenyi (eds.), Juta (2017);

Author, “The Law of the Sea’s Role in Steering Africa’s Blue Economy”, African Yearbook of International Law / Annuaire Africain de droit international, Vol. 21, Brill Nijhoff, 2015;

Author, “Government Regulation on Trial: Expropriation Claims against Latin American States at ICSID”, The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals, Vol. 14, Issue No. 3, Brill Nijhoff, 2015;

Author, “Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission (United States)” and “Commission of Inquiry to Locate the Disappeared during the Panchayat Period (Nepal),” Entries in the Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice, L. Stan and N. Nedelsky (eds.), Cambridge University Press, January 2013;

Author, “Expropriation before a South African Court and an Investor-State Tribunal: An Analysis of the Minister of Minerals & Energy v. Agri SA Decision through the Lens of International Law”, Transnational Dispute Management, Vol. 9, No. 7, December 2012;

Co-author, “Business and Human Rights in the United States,” Chapter in Global Business and Human Rights, European Lawyer Reference, 2011
Author, “European Parliament Adopts Resolution on Corporate Social Responsibility,” National Law Review, December 2010;

Author, “A Deeper Justice: Economic and Social Justice as Transitional Justice in Nepal”, Oxford University International Journal for Transitional Justice, vol. 2, 378-397, December 2008;

Co-author (with N. Dastoor, J. Huckerby & S. Narula), “Recasting Justice: Securing Dalit Rights in Nepal’s New Constitution”, Center for Human Rights & Global Justice, New York University, March 2008;

Author, “Rwandan participants at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: For them, with them, or despite them”, Emerging Human Rights Scholarship Conference, Center for Human Rights & Global Justice, New York University, April 2007;

Co-author (with the Workshop on Post-Conflict Reconstruction), “Securing Peace: An Action Strategy for Post- Conflict Sri Lanka”, Princeton University/ CSIS, June 2004

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