Margaret C. Marsh
Margaret C. Marsh
Margaret C. Marsh serves as Senior Counsel at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, where she advises clients on a range of international economic regulatory and trade policy matters, including trade remedy litigation and national security tariffs (Section 232), market access, sanctions, and other complex trade matters before U.S. agencies. Through her work representing domestic uranium producers in a 30-year antidumping suspension agreement before Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission (ITC), she has developed a deep understanding of the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle and its participants. She also advises clients in other antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, advising on litigation strategies, and represents clients in appellate proceedings in both U.S. trade courts and World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement proceedings. In addition, Ms. Marsh advises clients on a variety of other international trade matters, including trade policy and negotiations, WTO law, trade sanctions, foreign investment rules, customs and trade regulation, and multilateral affairs. During her residency in Akin Gump’s Brussels office, Ms. Marsh advised a variety of U.S. clients on the development and implementation of European Union (EU) legislation, especially as it related to the digital economy. She focused on the liberalization of the EU telecommunications sector, e-commerce regulations, and EU trade policy and regulation.
Before joining Akin Gump, Ms. Marsh served as a research associate at the National Economic Commission, a blue-ribbon panel chartered by Congress to draft a deficit reduction plan.
Ms. Marsh is a member of the Washington International Trade Association and a member of the Board of Trustees of St. Mary’s Foundation in Arlington, Virginia. In 2022, she was recognized on Thomson Reuters list of Stand-Out Lawyers. Ms. Marsh received her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and her B.S., cum laude, at Smith College. During college, she studied for a year in Paris “Sciences Po” and at the Sorbonne. During law school, she worked in Washington, DC and Tallinn, Estonia, with a team led by the Estonian Minister of Justice to assist Estonia in its drafting and promulgation of laws necessary to support a market-based economy.