Analía González is the leader of Baker Hostetler LLP’s international litigation and arbitration practice for Latin America, based in Washington DC. He specializes in international arbitration and litigation, with a focus on investment and commercial arbitrations. Much of his work involves investment and trade issues in Latin America, as well as issues related to the environment, natural resources, public health, energy, infrastructure, and trade and customs compliance. Analía has represented clients before a variety of arbitral tribunals, including the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and in ad hoc arbitrations. hoc in the framework of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). Some of her representative cases include the representation of Uruguay in the case brought by Argentina before the International Court of Justice in The Hague for the construction of a paper mill on the Uruguay River, and the representation of Uruguay in the international arbitration brought by the company Philip Morris before ICSID.
Analía works as an arbitrator in commercial arbitrations under the auspices of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Court of Arbitration of the American Chamber of Commerce of Peru (AmCham-Peru). She also serves as Vice President of the Investment Arbitration Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Mexico), and is a member of the International Arbitration Editorial Board of the prestigious Law360 publication (2021-2022).
She was a consultant for the Inter-American Development Board in Washington D.C., advising on issues of energy, infrastructure, trade in integration projects (2001-2006). She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay (1999) and obtained a master’s degree in International and Comparative Law (LL.M) from the George Washington University Law School (2004). She also obtained a Diploma in Energy Law from the Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City (2016).
She has received numerous distinctions from prestigious international publications, including recognition as an expert in arbitration and as a future leader (Who’s Who Legal, 2018-2021); She has been distinguished by Latinvex as one of the top 100 female lawyers in Latin America (2020-2021), and by Legal 500 USA as an expert in international arbitration (2021). She was also nominated by the International Conflict Prevention Institute (CPR) for the Raising Star Award for her exemplary contribution to diversity in alternative dispute resolution (2021).