TagTime S02E09 – Judge Joan Donoghue on “Arbitrators as Flamingos of Many Colors”
Judge Joan Donoghue discussed “Arbitrators as Flamingos of Many Colors” with Dr Kabir Duggal and Amanda Lee. The recording is available here. Judge Donoghue was tagged by Prof. Loukas Mistelis; she in turn tagged Judith Levine. For a write-up of this episode, see Pichrotanak Bunthan, “Arbitrators as Flamingos of Many Colors” (Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 9 February 2021).
Judge Joan Donoghue has been a member of the International Court of Justice since 2010. She has also served on investor-state arbitral tribunals and ICSID annulment committees.
Before joining the ICJ, Judge Donoghue held a number of positions at the United States Department of State, culminating in the role of Principal Deputy Legal Adviser, the senior career attorney at the State Department. While at the State Department, she supervised legal work related to the negotiation of investment treaties, as well as advocacy in the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal and North American Free Trade Agreement investor-state arbitration. Judge Donoghue has taught international law courses at several U.S. law schools and has taught investment law in the UN’s regional training program in Africa.