Laila Hamzi is an associate in Latham & Watkins’ London office. Ms. Hamzi is a member of the firm's International Arbitration and Public International Law Practices and Litigation & Trial Department.
Ms. Hamzi has considerable public international law experience as well as contentious and non-contentious commercial experience. This has enabled Ms. Hamzi to develop a broad practice with particular expertise in public international law, environmental, corporate and projects matters.
Prior to joining Latham & Watkins, Ms. Hamzi clerked for a Judge of the International Court of Justice. She has also worked at an international tribunal in The Hague and was previously an associate at a leading law firm in Australia.
Ms. Hamzi recently co-authored a book chapter on procedural issues in relation to damages in international arbitration. She is also a member of several industry groups including the LCIA Young International Arbitrator Group and the ICC Young Arbitrator Forum.