The Managing Partner, Rose Rameau, is a leading practitioner and a Fulbright Scholar in the Field of International Arbitration. Ms. Rameau was a Fulbright Scholar at the University Of Ghana School Of Law from 2014-2016 where she taught Investment and International Commercial Arbitration, General Principles of Arbitration as well as Contemporary Issues in Arbitration, and other disputes resolution such as mediation and conciliation.
Prior to becoming a Fulbright Scholar in Ghana, she managed her own practice in Paris, France and Tampa, Florida (USA) and worked on special consulting projects for notable international law firms. Her engagements involved the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), due diligence, antitrust, and commercial litigation. In addition, she was an Adjunct Professor at the Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II) and Université Paris Est Créteil (Paris12) where she taught fundamentals of the English, and American legal systems as well as international business law.
Ms. Rameau is trained in both civil and common law. She was the Vice-Chair of the Africa Committee and the International Energy and Natural Resources Committee of the ABA International Law Section for four years. She represents Host States and investors in investment disputes and has been appointed sole arbitrator in commercial disputes involving Africans. Ms. Rameau is a Member of the Charted Institute of Arbitrators in the UK as well as the International Arbitration Institute, Paris, France. She is listed as arbitrator at the Cairo Regional Center For International Commercial Arbitration, the Kigali International Arbitration Center, the Chambre de Conciliation et D’Arbitrage d’Haiti, and the Common Court of Justice and Arbitration of OHADA, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. Ms. Rameau is also a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana and is an ICC Court Member on behalf of Haiti.
She is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Creole.
Areas Of Practice
- Boundary Disputes
- Investment Arbitration
Publications & Presentations
- Using old tools in new ways: The New economic world order, American Society of International Proceedings of the 114th Annual Meeting June 25-26 2020, The Promise of International Law: The African Perspective: The Development of Investment Laws, the Pan-African Investment Code and the African Continental Free Trade Area in the ‘New Economic World Order’Forthcoming Fall 2020
- Force Majeure under the CISG, Jamaica International Arbitration Center, Dispute Management in a New World, ArbitralWomen Newsletter, Issue 40, Forthcoming August 2020
- Diversity Workshop Arbitration 2.0, British Virgen Islands International Arbitration Center, ArbitralWomen Newsletter, Issue 37 at Page 11. January 2020
- Report on United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL 52nd Session in Vienna July 8-19, 2019), ArbitralWomen Newsletter, Issue 35 at Page 16, October 2019
- Ghana’s Future in the Offshore Business, ABA International Law News Vol 44:4, Fall 2015
- The Battle Between Consent and The Principle of Competence-Competence in Investment Arbitration, what can we learnfrom BG Group plc. v. Argentina? University of Ghana Law Journal, Spring 2016
- Co-editor of speaker series of an ABA symposium in Paris on White Collar Crime in France and in the U.S
- Ghana School of Law, Post-Call for Barrister and Solicitor
- Diploma in International Arbitration, (ArbP), Swiss Arbitration Academy
- Certificate in Advance Studies in International Arbitration, Practitioner’s Course – Universities of Lucerne & Neuchâtel & Swiss Arbitration Academy
- Ecole de Formation Professionnelle des Barreaux de Paris (EFB-Paris Bar), France
- LLM en Droit Français, Européen et International des Affaires, Université Panthéon Assas, Paris II
- Juris Doctorate & Master Degrees in International Relations, Syracuse University College of Law, Syracuse, NY
- Master in French Civilization, Middlebury College (VT) and Paris-X- Nanterre-Paris, France
- Bachelor of Arts, French and Spanish, Binghamton University, New York, Binghamton N.Y