Danielle Duffield's practice is focused on international arbitration and complex commercial litigation. She has acted for States and private clients from a variety of jurisdictions in investor-state and commercial arbitrations conducted under the rules of ICSID, LCIA and ICC, and in high-profile litigation before the English High Court. She also maintains an active pro bono practice and lectures university law courses as an Adjunct Lecturer.
A New Zealand-qualified barrister and solicitor, Danielle has a Master of Laws from Harvard Law School where she was a Frank Knox Memorial Fellow. Prior to joining Baker Botts, Danielle practiced at a specialist litigation firm in London, and at a prominent law firm in New Zealand.