London-based Winnington-Ingram was also ranked as a ‘Rising Star’ in The Legal 500’s dispute resolution public international law category, in 2021, in which she was described as “an outstanding arbitration lawyer and a real rising star. Her formidable intellect is paired with first-class drafting skills, exceptional forensic abilities and strategic instincts far beyond her years”.
Winnington-Ingram acts on cases for both claimants and respondents under UNCITRAL and ICSID rules, and in the mining, energy, construction and telecoms sectors.
She recently represented the Republic of Kazakhstan against World Wide Minerals and Paul A. Carroll QC in an ad hoc investment treaty arbitration under the UNCITRAL Rules regarding uranium-processing facilities.
Reed Smith’s international arbitration practice spans the globe, with offices in the world’s leading arbitral seats, including London, Paris, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, Miami, and Houston. Earlier this year, and for the fourth consecutive time, leading international arbitration publication Global Arbitration Review included Reed Smith in its elite list of the world’s top 30 international arbitration law firms – the GAR 30.