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Ana María Daza Vargas joined the University of Edinburgh in 2013 as teaching fellow in international economic law. She teaches international investment law, WTO Law, international commercial arbitration and public international law. Recently Ana María’s research interests have focused on the intersection between international investment law and other areas of law, such as environmental, domestic and water law and policy, and the law of armed conflict.

Ana María acts as of counsel and expert consultant for AACNI Law Firm and is the editor of the online newsletter Arbitration Watch. For several years she worked as Legal Officer and Legal Director at the Public Utility Regulatory System (SIRESE) in Bolivia, advising on appeals brought by foreign and national investors against the decision of utility regulators. She holds a PhD in international law from the Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science at the University of Dundee, an LLM in Law and Economics from Utrecht University, and an LLM ‘Magister Iuris Communis’ from Maastricht University.


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