Earl Rivera-Dolera is the Head of International Arbitration Practice, Frasers Law Company, Vietnam. She acts as a counsel and an arbitrator.
Earl has been appointed as an arbitrator in cases with various seats of arbitration including Singapore, India, Philippines, Indonesia and Hong Kong, among others. These concern a wide range of commercial disputes subject to different governing laws – of both common and civil legal systems. She is listed as an arbitrator at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, Japan Commercial Arbitration Association, Asian Centre for International Arbitration in Malaysia, HKIAC (Hong Kong), CAAI (Hong Kong/Taiwan) and THAC (Thailand) and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.
Earl has acted as a counsel, tribunal secretary and has advised as an expert in arbitration proceedings. She has been involved in arbitral proceedings seated in Asia, Africa, Europe, United States, and Australia in a Singapore-based arbitration chambers with prominent international arbitrators under the auspices of ICC, SIAC, LCIA, KLRCA, SCMA, AMTAC, HKIAC, VIAC, ICDR/AAA, BANI, ICSID and ad hoc arbitrations with total claims of around US$7.2 billion. She has had experience in various capacities in more than 170 arbitrations under the rules of major arbitral institutions.
Earl has also published extensively and in the area of international arbitration and is the co-author of the book volume, “Halsbury’s Laws of Singapore: Arbitration” (2017 and 2020 re-issues) in the Halsbury’s series.
Earl holds two master’s degrees in international economic law from Stanford University Law School (USA) and international business law from the National University of Singapore. At Stanford, Earl was a Salzburg-Cutler Fellow for International Law and a Jean Monnet European Union Law Research Fellow where she focused her research study on investment treaty arbitration and intra-European Union BITs.
Earl is a faculty member at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy in Colorado, USA and is admitted as a solicitor (with practising certificate) for the Senior Courts of England and Wales, attorney-at-law in New York State (USA), and attorney-at-law in the Philippines. She is also a certified information privacy professional for Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation.