Klentiana’s practice often has an international dimension and she advises both foreign private entities and governments. She has a wealth of experience in Public International Law and regularly shares this knowledge, lecturing and publishing books and articles in this area.
Commenting on her new appointment Klentiana says the following:
“I am a barrister of 10 years’ call practising in London but I was born and raised in Tirana, Albania where I also teach in my capacity as a visiting lecturer at the National School of Judges. It is a great privilege to be appointed as a member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the AmCham Arbitration Center. After substantial progress since independence, Kosovo continues to develop its legal institutions and to integrate further into the global economy. The Arbitration Center plays an important role in these developments through offering a respected means of commercial arbitration and mediation in Kosovo. Its arbitrators not only have subject matter expertise but also know the region. I personally bring to the table not only my experience of practicing in English law but also an insight into the culture of Kosovo and Albania due to my origins and ability to speak the language. I very much look forward to serving as an arbitrator.”