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Of Counsel / Counsel - COUNSEL - Admitted in New South Wales and registered in Brussels
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Emily Hay joined the firm in 2014. She acts as arbitrator, counsel, tribunal secretary and assistant to the tribunal in international commercial and investment arbitrations, both ad hoc and under a wide variety of institutional rules, spanning various industry sectors (nuclear energy, hydropower, fuel cell technology, oil and gas, banking, construction, medical devices, real estate, military equipment, consumer appliances, fast food, and aviation). Ms. Hay is also involved in court litigation related to the set-aside and enforcement of arbitral awards.
Before joining Hanotiau & van den Berg Ms. Hay advised on issues of public international law, data protection and privacy at an international law firm in Brussels. Ms. Hay also spent two years in Egypt providing legal aid to refugees and asylum seekers, and has undertaken internships with Human Rights Watch and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
In 2012 Ms. Hay obtained her LLM in Advanced Studies in Public International Law (cum laude) from Leiden University. She completed Bachelors of Arts and of Laws (First Class Honours) at Macquarie University in 2008. Ms. Hay was admitted in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2013, and is registered to practice in both New South Wales and Brussels (B-list).
Ms. Hay speaks English, French and Spanish.