Dr Gloria Alvarez
FCIArb, PhD (School of International Arbitration, QMUL), LLM (London), LLB (Hons)
Gloria is an international academic on international dispute resolution, energy and investment law. She has in-depth knowledge of commercial law in civil and common law systems, acts as legal expert and independent arbitrator (ICC, ICSID and LCIA experience). She worked as in-house lawyer in a multinational company and arbitration case manager in an arbitral institution.
Her academic work spans in the areas of international economic law, climate and social justice. She has held prestigious academic posts at the Shanghai University of Finance, Queen Mary University of London, Max Planck Institute (Luxemburg), Lauterpacht Centre (University of Cambridge) and a Research Associate at UKERC (EPSRC Grant).Gloria has published the following leading books:
Gloria has held commissions of trust, including Associate Editor at Kluwer Arbitration Blog (2013-2019), Young ICCA Mentoring Programme Co-coordinator (2017-2019) and Steering Member of the Alumni and Friends of the School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary University of London. She is the founder of “Hydrogen Talks” and co-founder of “Arbitration Links”, initiatives to learn about the use of hydrogen in the energy transition and promote international arbitration from a Mexican perspective, respectively. Gloria a Member of the Academic Forum on ISDS (PluriCourts) and sits in the Editorial Board of ICSID Review, Journal of International Arbitration and European Investment Law and Arbitration Review.
She is currently working in two major publications: Arbitration in Mexico (Wolters Kluwer) and International Investment Arbitration and Energy Disputes (Hart). She is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Eastern Finland and Osgoode Hall Law School in Canada.
Manifestations of social justice in international dispute resolution, including: the energy transition, indigenous rights and SMEs.
Decision-making, behavioural economics and the role of psychology in international arbitration.
The ISDS Reform, multilateralism and third party participation in investment treaty practice.
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The 2001 ILC Articles on State Responsibility: An Annotated BibliographyICSID Review - Foreign Investment Law Journal, vol. 37, no. 1-2, pp. 565-591Contributions to Journals: Comments and Debates
International Arbitration in Latin America: Energy and Natural Resources DisputesWolter Kluwer InternationalBooks and Reports: Books
Measuring Public Participation in International Investment Treaty Law: A Study of the Latin American Extractive IndustriesInternational Arbitration in Latin America. Alvarez, G. M., Riofrio Piché, M., V. Sperandio, F. (eds.). Wolter Kluwer InternationalChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters (Peer-Reviewed)
Enforcement of Intra-EU arbitration awardsEnforcement of Investment Treaty Arbitration Awards. Fouret, J., Sutherland, E. (eds.). Second edition. Globe Law and Business, pp. 351-366, 16 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Role of State Courts in supporting ArbitrationCambridge Compendium of International Commercial and Investment Arbitration. Kroll, S., Bjorklund, A., Ferrari, F. (eds.). Cambridge University PressChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Measuring Public Participation in International Investment Treaty Law: A Study of the Latin American Extractive IndustriesWorking Papers: Working Papers
UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration: A CommentaryJournal of International Arbitration , vol. 37, no. 6, pp. 827-834Contributions to Journals: Literature Reviews
Routledge Handbook of Energy LawRoutledge Taylor & Francis Group, London. 642 pagesBooks and Reports: Books
Concluding thoughts on the global energy transitionRoutledge Handbook of Energy Law. Hunter, T., Herrera, I., Crossley, P., Alvarez, G. (eds.). 1 edition. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 13 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Ensuring the Effective Recognition and Enforcement of MIC DecisionsWorking Papers: Discussion Papers