Simon Rollat - Permanent Court of Arbitration (2022-2023)

Simon Rollat (BCL/JD’22) is the 2022-2023 McGill Fellow at the International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, where he acts as Assistant Legal Counsel. He completed his BCL and JD with a minor in Islamic and Middle East Studies. 

Prior to undertaking this endeavour, Simon completed a summer as a Law Student at Blake, Cassels & Graydon in Montréal. During his studies, he worked as a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant for Professor Andrea Bjorklund (McGill) on topics concerning International Trade Law, International Investment Disputes and Commercial Arbitration Law. He was also an Assistant Expert on the Québec region for Professor Brian McGarry’s (Leiden) Tracing Inherent Powers research project and an Assistant to the Hon. Louise Otis (McGill, OECD, UN). 

Simon also volunteered at the Association for the Rights of Household and Farm Workers and at the Raoul Wallenberg Center for Human Rights, where he worked on domestic and international human rights issues, including slavery. He has published a few pieces on Jus Mundi, Human Rights Pulse and the McGill International Business and Trade Law Journal. 



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