Jason Rotstein

Jason assists clients with public and private international law disputes before domestic courts and international tribunals, including State-to-State and investor-State disputes and International Trade litigation and appeals.
Jason Rotstein, Associate, Arent Fox LLP

Previous Work

Prior to joining Arent Fox, Jason was a Judicial Intern at the US Court of Federal Claims. At law school, Jason served as the Executive Editor of the Georgetown Environmental Law Review and assisted emerging companies and nonprofits with organization and governance documents as part of the Social Enterprise and Nonprofit Law Clinic. Jason also participated in the Vis Arbitration Team and received an award for his scholarship on Investor-State Dispute Settlement.

Prior to law school, Jason completed infrastructure projects in Iceland following the economic crash as a US-Fulbright-Icelandic Government Scholar. He was also a fellow at the Heinrich Böll Cottage on Achill Island, Ireland, where he composed poetry, featured in Undercurrents: New Voices in Canadian Poetry. He is a dual national of the United States and Canada and has lived throughout Europe.

Publications, Presentations & Recognitions

Before Ending the Case: Disassembling Jurisdiction and Admissibility in BG v. Argentina, Georgetown International Law Journal 51.1 (forthcoming).

Is the D.D.C. Becoming a Specialized Enforcement Court?, Kluwer Arbitration Blog (6 June 2019), http://arbitrationblog.kluwerarbitration.com/2019/06/06/is-the-d-d-c-becoming-a-specialized-enforcement-court/.

Confronting Scientific Skepticism, Georgetown Environmental Law Review Blog (1 December 2016),  https://gelr.org/2016/12/01/confronting-scientific-skepticism/.