Eileen Crowley is a dual-qualified English and US lawyer, and an associate at Fietta LLP. She is an English-qualified Solicitor and an Attorney in New York State.

Her practice focuses on international dispute resolution as well as advising on general public international law matters. Eileen has worked on a wide range of international disputes, including investment treaty and commercial arbitration cases under ICSID, ICC and LCIA rules as well as WTO trade disputes.

Eileen has advised sovereign States, State-owned entities, and private entities on public international law matters including international treaty obligations, WTO law, business and human rights, international environmental law, international human rights and the negotiation of free trade agreements.

Eileen has extensive experience working on matters involving WTO law and international trade treaties. Eileen has advised States involved in WTO dispute settlement and has worked on matters involving the interpretation of WTO treaties and free trade agreements for sovereign States and private clients. In 2019, Eileen spent nine months at the UK Department for International Trade where she was advising the British Government on international law issues arising out of Brexit.

Eileen regularly works on pro bono matters. She successfully represented a minor in Disability Appeal Tribunal proceedings and completed a remote secondment to work on asylum claims at the Lesvos refugee camp in Greece. While at a previous firm, Eileen also advised pro bono on international human rights and humanitarian law issues.

Eileen has written several articles on international arbitration including co-authoring an article on the “Evolution of the Third-Party Funder”, and a guide to ICSID arbitration on Practical Law.

Prior to joining Fietta LLP, Eileen worked as an Associate at a major international law firm in their London and Geneva offices. Eileen has also worked for the Appellate Body at the WTO and the Permanent Mission of Ireland to the United Nations in Geneva.

Eileen has a Bachelor of Business and Law from University College Dublin and an LL.M in International Legal Studies from Georgetown University Law Centre.

Eileen’s full curriculum vitae is available here.