Lauren Lederle is an Associate at Omnia Strategy whose growing practice focuses on public international law, international criminal law and human rights. She also represents States and private clients in international arbitration proceedings and ADR.
Before joining Omnia, Lauren worked at the International Criminal Court, as a member of the defence team of Charles Blé Goudé in the case against the former President of the Ivory Coast (Laurent Gbagbo). Lauren has experience at the International Center for Transitional Justice and as a freelance contributor for Oxford University Press. In December 2018, Lauren became the Secretary to the Board of the Business and Human Rights Practitioners’ Network.
Lauren was admitted to the New York Bar in August 2019 having passed the New York State Bar Examination in July 2018.
Lauren holds an LL.B. (honours) from King’s College London, an LLM in European and Comparative Law from the Humboldt University of Berlin, a Maîtrise in International Law from the Panthéon-Assas University in Paris and an LLM in Advanced Studies in Public International Law (cum laude) from Leiden University. She also completed further training at The Hague Academy of International law. Lauren is fluent in French & German, speaks, and writes Spanish to an advanced standard.