Dr Inga Martinkute teaches public international law and international dispute resolution at the Law Faculty of Vilnius University. She is an active member of the international community organising conferences, speaking about investment arbitration at academic events and building bridges between East and West.
Inga obtained her PhD at the National University of Singapore, where she focused on the interplay between national property regimes and international investment protection. She conceptualised the tensions in the investor-state dispute settlement as a conflict between the individualistic and communitarian understandings of property. Inga is currently working on her book “National Property Laws and International Law on Investment Protection”.
She is qualified in Lithuania and has been in private practice for more than twenty years. Inga is a member of the ICSID panel of arbitrators and acts as an arbitrator in cases administered under different arbitration rules.