Kiran Nasir Gore is Counsel in the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, P.C., working on all facets of international dispute resolution.
Over the past ten years, Ms. Gore has developed expertise in public and private international law, foreign investment strategies, and international dispute resolution. Her current and past clients include governments, corporations, institutions, and private individuals. Ms. Gore advocates before U.S. courts, ad hoc arbitration panels, commercial and investment tribunals, and investigative authorities. In addition, she provides strategic advice on treaty law, conflict of laws, and legislative reform.
Kiran is also an educator, with a focus on international law, constitutional law, civil procedure, written and oral advocacy, and professional development. She teaches J.D. and foreign LL.M. students at The George Washington University Law School and also undergraduate students at New York University’s Global Study Center in Washington, D.C.
She is frequently invited to speak at conferences and publish articles on international law, international development, and dispute resolution. She serves as Associate Editor of the ICSID Review – Foreign Investment Law Journal, Associate Editor of the Kluwer Arbitration Blog, and is a consultant to Wolters Kluwer’s international and comparative law publishing program, where she provides strategic advice on acquisition, development, and marketing of thought leadership content.
Previously Ms. Gore was a Senior Associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Three Crowns LLP, an elite global law firm focused on international dispute resolution (2014-2017); and before that, an Associate in the New York office of DLA Piper LLP, one of the world’s leading large law firms (2010-2014). Early in her career, Ms. Gore was a judicial intern to Hon. James C. Francis, IV, Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of New York and a law clerk in the Office of General Counsel of Michael Kors, Inc. U.S.A., a publicly traded luxury goods company.