Jean Marie Lambert

Associate

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Jean Marie Lambert focuses her practice on representing sovereign states and state-owned entities in international dispute resolution including investor-state treaty arbitrations, commercial arbitrations, and U.S.-based litigations.

Ms. Lambert has represented sovereign clients in all manner of international dispute resolution including investor-state treaty arbitrations and proceedings relating to the enforcement and setting aside of arbitral awards before New York courts. Ms. Lambert also represents commercial clients in international arbitrations, cross-border litigations, and economic sanctions work.

Ms. Lambert maintains a pro bono practice which included being a part of the team that prepared the Supreme Court oral argument in United States v. Vaello-Madero. Ms. Lambert also handles immigration cases pro bono.

While studying at Columbia Law School, Ms. Lambert served as Editor-in-Chief of the American Review of International Arbitration. Ms. Lambert also served as a researcher for the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment.

Education

Columbia University School of Law, J.D., Kent Scholar

New York University, BA in the History of Science, Minor in Chemistry

Admitted to Practice

New York

Jean Marie Lambert focuses her practice on representing sovereign states and state-owned entities in international dispute resolution including investor-state treaty arbitrations, commercial arbitrations, and U.S.-based litigations.