Ndanga Kamau joined BIICL as Honorary Senior Fellow in 2022. She is founder of Ndanga Kamau Law, an international law practice based in The Hague. Her practice spans international dispute settlement, public international law, and private international law. She sits as arbitrator and acts as counsel in international disputes. She also advises clients on investment law, public international law and dispute avoidance, prevention, and resolution.
In addition to her practice, she is a vice president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, a remote visiting fellow of the Max Planck Institute of Comparative Public and International Law (Heidelberg), a member of the ILA Committee on Rule of Law and International Investment Law, director of programmes of the African Association of International Law, and a PRIME Finance expert in dispute resolution.
Ndanga teaches, researches, and writes on topics in her areas of specialisation. Her research interests include international investment law, international dispute settlement, treaties, the state in international dispute settlement, damages in international law, and the history of international law.
Ndanga has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Cape Town in South Africa, postgraduate diplomas from City Law School in London, and an LLM in international dispute settlement from the Graduate Institute Geneva and the University of Geneva Law School. She was Called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.
Honorary Senior Fellow