Tereza Psůtková specializes in investor-state arbitration, international commercial arbitration and arbitration-related court proceedings.
Tereza has advised clients in arbitrations under major procedural rules, including the rules of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Rules (UNCITRAL).
Tereza recently relocated from Paris to further strengthen our world-class international arbitration team in Prague.
Dually trained (at Sorbonne and Georgetown) and multilingual, Tereza is able to advise on both common and civil law traditions, and brings a truly international mindset and experience to the team.
Besides her work as counsel, Tereza has acted as secretary to arbitral tribunals and has interned at ICSID (World Bank Group) in Washington DC.
While in law school, Tereza served as articles adviser for the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Tereza was the first student in the history of Georgetown Law to obtain the highest possible grade in the Investor-State Arbitration Seminar, led by Don Wallace Jr., Borzu Sabahi and Mark Bravin, widely recognized as top specialists in the field.