Rodman Bundy is a member of the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group and has more than 35 years of experience as counsel and advocate in high-profile public international law litigations and international commercial and investment arbitrations, including appearances before the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal and various ad hoc, ICC and ICSID arbitral tribunals.
On the non-contentious side, Rodman has extensive experience advising international energy companies and national oil companies on upstream oil and gas matters, including production sharing and joint operating agreements, service agreements, domestic and international unitisation and the risks associated with petroleum operations carried out in disputed offshore areas. He also advises numerous governments on issues of international law.
Clients include governments, multinational energy companies, construction companies and state-owned entities.
Rodman lectured for many years on international boundary disputes at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, King’s College, London, and boundary workshops organised by the International Boundaries Research Unit. He is a frequent guest speaker at conferences and workshops on issues of public international law, upstream oil and gas operations and construction disputes, including at the National University of Singapore and the Centre of International Law. Rodman has written on issues of public international law and international dispute resolution, and delivered the Inaugural Lecture at the Public International Law session of The Hague Academy of International Law in 2019.
International Commercial Arbitration
Public International Law