Dorine Farah’s practice focuses on international arbitration. Her practice involves a mixture of commercial and investment-treaty arbitration.
Ms. Farah has extensive experience with arbitral practice and procedure both in civil and common law systems. Her practice also includes representation in public international law arbitrations and pre-contentious advice on various international law and cross-border issues. Dorine has acted as counsel in both institutional and ad hoc arbitrations (including under the ICSID, ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL rules). Dorine also teaches regularly on international arbitration topics and is the co-author of a chapter on Arbitration in London: Features of the London Court of International Arbitration (Cambridge University Press).
Prior to joining Baker Botts' international arbitration group in 2007, Ms. Farah trained at another international law firm. Ms. Farah is a dual national of Jordan and the United Kingdom, and is bilingual in English and Arabic.