Tomoko Ishikawa is Associate Professor at Nagoya University in Japan. She is a member of the ICSID Panel of Conciliators, appointed by the Chairman of the ICSID Administrative Council, a member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Energy Charter Treaty and a member of Investment Treaty Forum of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. Her professional experiences include serving as a Judge at Tokyo District Court and holding the position of Deputy Director at the International Legal Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, where she worked on bilateral/trilateral investment treaties, Free Trade Agreements and WTO dispute settlement. Her recent publications include: Asia’s Changing International Investment Regime: Sustainability, Regionalization, and Arbitration (Springer 2017, co-edited with Julien Chaisse and Sufian Jusoh); The Protection of Energy Investments under the ECT: an extra-EU country’s perspective, 2 European Investment Law and Arbitration Review (2017); Case Comment: Marco Gavazzi and Stefano Gavazzi v. Romania - A New Approach to Determining Jurisdiction over Counterclaims in ICSID Arbitration? ICSID Review (2017); Restitution as a ‘Second Chance’ for Investor-State Relations: Restitution and Monetary Damages as Sequential Options, 3 McGill Journal of Dispute Resolution (2016-2017) and Provisional Application of Treaties at the Crossroads between International and Domestic Law, 31(2) ICSID Review (2016).