Michael Jacobson is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Hogan Lovells in the firm’s International Trade and Investment and International Arbitration practices. Michael represents clients on a broad range of matters in the areas of international dispute settlement, public international law, U.S. trade litigation, international trade and investment policy, and international trade compliance before various U.S. government agencies. Michael’s practice includes assisting clients with a range of dispute settlement, regulatory and policy matters in the areas of WTO law, investment treaty arbitration, international trade and investment policy, international commercial arbitration, customs, export controls, economic sanctions, and national security reviews before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
During his time as a student at Harvard Law School, Michael was a legal intern at the United States Trade Representative’s Office of Services and Investment. Michael was the founder and captain of Harvard Law School’s ELSA WTO Moot Court team, winning the Best Individual Oralist award at both the international and regional rounds of the competition. Michael also served as president of the Harvard Law School Moot Court Board, which oversaw all of Harvard’s international moot court teams.