Professor REED, Lucy
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Professor Reed, who joined the NUS Law Faculty and Centre for International Law in 2016, teaches investor-state arbitration and mediation/conciliation, and regularly serves as arbitrator. As a partner in the international firm Freshfields, she led the global arbitration group and represented private and public clients in investment treaty and complex commercial arbitrations. She is a Vice-President of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre and the International Council for Commercial Arbitration. While with the US State Department, Professor Reed was the US Agent to the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and a lead adviser on international investment disputes. As general counsel of the international organization KEDO, she led negotiations with North Korea. A former President of the American Society of International Law, she received her JD from the University of Chicago and is a New York-qualified lawyer.