Edgardo Sobenes (Adv. LL.M., Msc) is an international lawyer with extensive experience in international litigation before the International Court of Justice and a unique practice in coordinating and managing international legal teams. His consultancy practice focuses on issues concerning public international law, international disputes, and procedural support.
Edgardo offers also an integral legal training programme aim at improving States’ legal capacity and procedural understanding of international litigation, both from the State and international court’s perspective.
He is the founder and President of the International Law Association Nicaraguan Branch, Member of the International Law Association Committee on Procedure of International Courts and Tribunals, Member of the Editorial Board of The Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies (JTMS), and the creator and host of the first podcast about international law in Spanish (Hablemos de Derecho Internacional - HDI).
Edgardo guest lectures globally on topics related to international law and international litigation. He is the author, and co-editor, of the book 'Nicaragua before the International Court of Justice: Impacts on International Law' (Springer), the forthcoming book 'The Environment through the Lens of International Courts and Tribunals' (T.M.C. Asser Press), and author of many other articles, chapters, and podcasts.