Kiran N. Gore
- Professorial Lecturer in Law
- 2000 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
- [email protected]
Kiran Nasir Gore has a decade of experience in domestic and transnational dispute resolution, focusing on litigation, international arbitration, and investigations.
Ms. Gore has represented clients in federal and state courts around the country, as well as before ad hoc arbitration panels, commercial and investment tribunals under the auspices of arbitration institutions around the world, and quasi- governmental and governmental investigative authorities.
Ms. Gore has particular expertise in high-value complex contract and tort disputes, litigation in aid of arbitration, discovery and disclosure in the international context, corporate investigations, investment and treaty law, and international development. Her experience spans a variety of industries, including retail, technology, finance, pharmaceuticals, natural resources, energy, and transport. She also maintains a significant pro bono practice and has dedicated thousands of hours to advisory and advocacy services for both individual and institutional clients.
Most recently, Ms. Gore served as a Senior Associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Three Crowns LLP, a global law firm focused on international dispute resolution; and before that, as an Associate in the New York office of DLA Piper LLP, one of the world's leading large law firms. Early in her career, Ms. Gore worked in the legal department of Michael Kors, USA Inc., a publicly traded luxury goods company.
At GW Law, Ms. Gore teaches legal research and writing to foreign LLM students and serves as a coach and advisor to the Vis Commercial Arbitration Moot team, which competes in Vienna, Austria or Hong Kong, China each year. She has been involved with the Vis Moot for more than ten years, having served as a competitor, a coach and advisor to various teams, and an arbitrator during Vis Moot events around the world.
BA, New York University; JD, Brooklyn Law School