Gloria Alvarez is a young scholar specialised in international arbitration law. She is currently a Research Fellow at the School of International Arbitration and a Teaching Associate at Queen Mary University of London. Prior to joining, Gloria obtained a LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary, where she wrote her dissertation about procedural challenges in the annulment procedure of ICSID cases.
Gloria teaches and conducts research in the field of international investment law and arbitration. She collaborates in different projects in relation to the development of international arbitration; in particular she works closely with EFILA, a think tank promoting the benefits of investor-state arbitration in the European Union, as well as being a rapporteur of International Arbitration Case Law (IACL).