Tamar Meshel

Tamar Meshel

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tamar.meshel@mpi.lu

Tamar Meshel is a Research Fellow.

Tamar is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in Canada. She holds a B.A. (Hons.) degree in political science from the University of Toronto and law degrees from the University of British Columbia (J.D.) and the University of Toronto (LL.M.). Prior to joining the Institute as a Research Fellow, Tamar worked as a dispute resolution lawyer in an international law firm in Vancouver, Canada, and as Deputy Counsel at the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, France. She also acted as legal advisor to the Jerusalem Arbitration Center in Israel and Palestine and was a Graduate Fellow with the conflict resolution group of The Carter Center in Atlanta, USA. Tamar’s interests include public international law, interstate conflict resolution, international water law, international commercial and investor-State arbitration, and international courts and tribunals. Her doctoral research explores the dispute resolution mechanisms available to states faced with freshwater disputes and the role of international law and interstate mechanisms in their resolution.

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