About Farshad Ghodoosi
Farshad Ghodoosi is a professor at the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Prior to this position, Mr. Ghodoosi was an associate attorney in Three Crown’s Washington Office, practicing international arbitration. Prior to joining Three Crowns, he collaborated with Shearman & Sterling and Jones Day, a technology consulting firm in San Francisco. Mr. Ghodoosi has extensive experience with domestic and international arbitration and litigation, investor state disputes, and public international law across a broad range of sectors, including: infrastructure, oil and gas, natural resources, technology and sovereign debt.
Mr. Ghodoosi received his doctoral degree (J.S.D.) from Yale Law School, where he was a senior editor of the Yale Journal of International Law, co-president of the Yale Society of International Law, and a Howard M. Holtzmann Fellow in international dispute resolution. He has placed several articles in leading journals, including: the Yale Journal of International Law, Lewis & Clark Law Review, Harvard Journal of International Law Online, and Foreign Affairs. He is the author of the book International Dispute Resolution and the Public Policy Exception, Routlege (2016).
He has taught on the topic of international law at University of California, Berkeley. Mr. Ghodoosi also received a Ph.D. in International Relations from Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
Mr. Ghodoosi has extensive experience with domestic and international arbitration and litigation, investor state disputes, and public international law, across a broad range of sectors.
Mr. Ghodoosi has also practiced law before the Iranian courts for several years. In Iran, his litigation practice focused on commercial contracts, corporate law, real estate law and administrative law.
Mr. Ghodoosi has appeared as counsel in several mediation sessions, mostly in Iran. The cases involved matters ranging from corporate law to real estate law.